July 2017 draft of organized stalking, electronic harassment and remote neural monitoring (OS-EH-RNM) reporting form


 

INSTRUCTIONS

INTRODUCTORY COMMENTS

  1. In having courage to openly disclose a situation of organized stalking, electronic harassment and remote neural monitoring, one should not suggest that a perpetrator already knowing who you are means it will not get worse for the fact of disclosing. Please do not feel intimidated. Your silence may be their most powerful weapon.
  2. At present, filling out this form is unlikely to contribute to successful prosecution in the short- or medium-term (unless it is). This form is mainly intended to a) facilitate historical documentation and b) to achieve public awareness of the realities of organized stalking, electronic harassment, remote neural monitoring, etc.
  3. A means of maintaining archival integrity should be promoted.
  4. Some information is requested for statistical purposes and is unrelated to the historical documentation in relation to organized stalking, electronic harassment and remote neural monitoring. This may support analyses of general trends of which kinds of people are targeted, or alternatively, which kinds of targeted people have the courage to speak about their situation.
  5. Many questions including suggestions to try to jog your memory, to provide you with a structure to collect your experiences, etc. DO NOT LET THESE SERVE AS "LEADING QUESTIONS". Only report your personal experiences and do not supplement them with descriptions of experiences reported by others. Consider the potential for manipulation and disinformation: any claim which can be unambiguously proven as false will entirely discredit anything else you say. However, you should feel free, in addition to what you KNOW, to report changes in what you understood about your experience over time.
  6. Do not be manipulated into believing that something may be too dumb or trivial to include if you believe it may add up to something important.
  7. If there is insufficient space to fully describe a specific entry, or not enough numbered entries to report all the different experiences that you believe are relevant, if working in Word or Open Office you can just copy additional fields to enter additional items.
  8. In case it's not obvious, the forms are not designed for sufficient detail to press a court case. The interest is to document the general picture. However, if you have extensive details like "at 2:21 Mr. Lovely in blue pants did the same thing, at 2:23 Mr. Friendly did it too, at 2:24 so did Mrs. ShiftyEyes. I have a video which shows that this persisted for quite some time afterwards", by all means, expand your responses and report at that level of detail.
  9. For scientific queries, one may wish to refer to the "Glossary of terms relating to brainwashing and psychological warfare (neurowarfare) in the electronic age" as a starting point on some terminology.
  10. Please refrain from discussing implants unless you are in possession of verified evidence. It should be noted that many experiences which lead to such claims can be induced by electromagnetic and/or other means, as may be understood upon reviewing Appendix C in the "Glossary of terms relating to brainwashing and psychological warfare (neurowarfare) in the electronic age".
  11. Considering following this up by use of the Global Targeted Individual Survey process described at youtube.com/watch?v=Sz44nifL-dI.
 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section 1: Background Data

Reminder: Please refrain from making statements which can be discrediting, except to the extent necessary to document the basic realities of what is happening. (For example, to generally refrain from naming lettered agencies, specific criminal organizations, or the specific origin of signals, etc., except as informed hypothesis at most, in the absence of evidence, even if being able to specify with 100% certainty some specific individuals involved.) The objective here is not to create the basis of criminal cases, but rather to establish a historical documentation for broader action and risk mitigation.

Before filling out this form, please refer directly to the final element of section 3 (3.30), which may then assist in documenting efforts to manipulate your thinking, views, perceptions, recollections, interpretations or explanatory approaches, etc., in the process of completing this organized stalking, electronic harassment and remote neural monitoring report.

Identity

1.1: Full Name

1.2: Country of birth

1.3: Current city/town and country of residence

1.4: Current postal code (if homeless, use postal code of previous shelter/location)

1.5: Current phone number(s)

1.6: Phone type

E.g., smart phone, flip phone, home phone. Do not indicate make/model, etc.

1.7: Previous phone number(s)

Previous phone numbers relevant to harassment

1.8: Previous cities/towns (and country/ies)

Previous cities/towns (and country) of residence where harassment also occurred (chronological)

Education and working situation

1.9: Highest educational achievement to date

(E.g., highest grade completed in high school, high school diploma, vocational college, BA, MA or PhD in university). If the highest level of educational achievement to date was partial completion of a program, do not fail to mention that as the highest level of education:

1.10: Majors and interests

For any college programs, university programs or other professional or vocational certification, list your majors, minors and important side interests:

1.11: Current profession/occupation

Including part time work, etc.

1.12: Former profession(s)/occupation(s)

 

1.13: Whether your former profession(s) may have been related to your harassment ...

...and a guess on why (for example, your potential or demonstrated predisposition for whistleblowing in relation to corrupt or illegal behaviours, disclosures of incompetence of colleagues or management, etc.):

Community, social and political participation

1.14: Political or social advocacy

(Censored unnecessary content?)

  1. Political or social advocacy. The issue. Your basic position. The nature of your advocacy (not a detailed description of your position on the matter), such as in person, with which organization (if any), online outlets where you frequently promote your views on the subject, etc. (Do not comment on potential efforts to change you during this or via such means, as that is covered elsewhere in this reporting form.)

  2. Political or social advocacy. The issue. Your basic position. The nature of your advocacy (not a detailed description of your position on the matter), such as in person, with which organization (if any), online outlets where you frequently promote your views on the subject, etc. (Do not comment on potential efforts to change you during this or via such means, as that is covered elsewhere in this reporting form.)

  3. Political or social advocacy. The issue. Your basic position. The nature of your advocacy (not a detailed description of your position on the matter), such as in person, with which organization (if any), online outlets where you frequently promote your views on the subject, etc. (Do not comment on potential efforts to change you during this or via such means, as that is covered elsewhere in this reporting form.)

  4. Political or social advocacy. The issue. Your basic position. The nature of your advocacy (not a detailed description of your position on the matter), such as in person, with which organization (if any), online outlets where you frequently promote your views on the subject, etc. (Do not comment on potential efforts to change you during this or via such means, as that is covered elsewhere in this reporting form.)

  5. Political or social advocacy. The issue. Your basic position. The nature of your advocacy (not a detailed description of your position on the matter), such as in person, with which organization (if any), online outlets where you frequently promote your views on the subject, etc. (Do not comment on potential efforts to change you during this or via such means, as that is covered elsewhere in this reporting form.)

  6. Political or social advocacy. The issue. Your basic position. The nature of your advocacy (not a detailed description of your position on the matter), such as in person, with which organization (if any), online outlets where you frequently promote your views on the subject, etc. (Do not comment on potential efforts to change you during this or via such means, as that is covered elsewhere in this reporting form.)

  7. Political or social advocacy. The issue. Your basic position. The nature of your advocacy (not a detailed description of your position on the matter), such as in person, with which organization (if any), online outlets where you frequently promote your views on the subject, etc. (Do not comment on potential efforts to change you during this or via such means, as that is covered elsewhere in this reporting form.)

  8. Political or social advocacy. The issue. Your basic position. The nature of your advocacy (not a detailed description of your position on the matter), such as in person, with which organization (if any), online outlets where you frequently promote your views on the subject, etc. (Do not comment on potential efforts to change you during this or via such means, as that is covered elsewhere in this reporting form.)

  9. Political or social advocacy. The issue. Your basic position. The nature of your advocacy (not a detailed description of your position on the matter), such as in person, with which organization (if any), online outlets where you frequently promote your views on the subject, etc. (Do not comment on potential efforts to change you during this or via such means, as that is covered elsewhere in this reporting form.)

  10. Political or social advocacy. The issue. Your basic position. The nature of your advocacy (not a detailed description of your position on the matter), such as in person, with which organization (if any), online outlets where you frequently promote your views on the subject, etc. (Do not comment on potential efforts to change you during this or via such means, as that is covered elsewhere in this reporting form.)

1.15: Community groups or social groups you belong to:

... whether religious, social or otherwise, whether formally registered groups or informal groups which meet regularly for a specific purpose such as sports, charity, spirituality, or any other reason.

For non-political targets, potentially vulnerability-inducing aspects of identity

1.16: Vulnerable groups

Whether you belong to a group often regarded as vulnerable or which often has difficulty accessing lawful human rights protections. For example: black; native American; Gypsy/Roma; non-majority of any sort; homeless; in vulnerable employment where you can be easily fired for vague reasons; having not yet achieved high education achievements; having any sort of formal diagnosis with a mental or physical disability (whether real or imagined as a part of the reprisal for attempted disclosure); having been sexually assaulted as a child or adult (which may make an individual vulnerable to certain types of anger, vindictiveness or mental programming) and whether you have attempted to report that assault, including a very basic outline of how that situation proceeded; political views which are actively smeared (implicitly or explicitly) by any notable segment of the media or political establishment; religious views which are actively smeared (implicitly or explicitly) by any notable segment of the media or political establishment; or on any other basis whatsoever that seems relevant to a situation of being vulnerable and where perpetrators might feel like they might expect to get away with it by being able to discredit you.

As much as labels can be troublesome here, they may assist in describing the general nature of the harassment and psychological torture being implemented via organized stalking, electronic harassment and remote neural monitoring. In most cases, simply mentioning the label should suffice. In others, if it seems relevant to you, consider providing additional explanation on why you think this status might be relevant, without pointing fingers in highly specific directions that could be discrediting due to the difficulty of establishing proof.

Other information (free-form response):

1.17: Any additional information about your identity, activities, group affiliations, beliefs, etc., which you believe may be related to your having become a target of organized stalking and electronic harassment.

(E.g., regardless of whether the specific attributes may have been a genuine motivator for perpetrators to hold negative, hateful or worse attitudes, or whether this was likely to have been feigned while seeking any means of coercive or psychological hostility that the target might plausibly believe as genuine.)

Please consider whether it would be better instead to group this information together into the responses to one of the questions above. Please do not use the above questions to lead you to start making many guesses about this. If you simply do not know, or otherwise do not wish to respond, just leave these entries blank.

Please do not start with extensive descriptions of the organized stalking, electronic harassment, remote neural monitoring, etc. Here, please stick with very short descriptions such as "because I think Pokemon rocks", "because I think Sikh turbans are cool" or "because I think 9-11 was an inside job", etc. No details, please. There is plenty of room for that later.

Do not concern yourself if any of this sounds silly. It may be relevant in understanding the ways in which the assault on your identity proceeded, not that 'they' (any 'they') actually care if you like Pokemon or Barbie.

1.18: Make your own new item

Some details on item

Section 2: Organized stalking, excluding electronic harassment or remote neural monitoring

Organized stalking

2.1: Mobbing (on foot)

The location(s) where mobbing occurred, whether single instances or location(s) where it regularly occurred. The approximate number(s) of people involved in many such occasions.

  1. Mobbing (on foot). Location, approx. date(s) or time period(s), and a brief description of the mobbing.

  2. Mobbing (on foot). Location, approx. date(s) or time period(s), and a brief description of the mobbing.

  3. Mobbing (on foot). Location, approx. date(s) or time period(s), and a brief description of the mobbing.

  4. Mobbing (on foot). Location, approx. date(s) or time period(s), and a brief description of the mobbing.

  5. Mobbing (on foot). Location, approx. date(s) or time period(s), and a brief description of the mobbing.

  6. Mobbing (on foot). Location, approx. date(s) or time period(s), and a brief description of the mobbing.

  7. Mobbing (on foot). Location, approx. date(s) or time period(s), and a brief description of the mobbing.

  8. Mobbing (on foot). Location, approx. date(s) or time period(s), and a brief description of the mobbing.

2.2: Mobbing (vehicular)

The roads and approximate time period when the traffic mobbing, in excess of normal traffic variance occurred. Whether it primarily involved boxing in, dangerous manoeuvres which were liable to lead the target into accidents, unusual tailgating far outside of normal, whether accompanied by programmed gestures, signs, etc. (please leave unspecified as to whether additional neuro influences -- e.g. from an electromagnetic weapon -- may have occurred at these times), designed to lead the target into accidents.

  1. Mobbing while driving. Location, approx. date(s) or time period(s), and description of mobbing.

  2. Mobbing while driving. Location, approx. date(s) or time period(s), and description of mobbing.

  3. Mobbing while driving. Location, approx. date(s) or time period(s), and description of mobbing.

  4. Mobbing while driving. Location, approx. date(s) or time period(s), and description of mobbing.

  5. Mobbing while driving. Location, approx. date(s) or time period(s), and description of mobbing.

  6. Mobbing while driving. Location, approx. date(s) or time period(s), and description of mobbing.

2.3: Directed conversations 1:

... conversations strangers have in public relating to the target's personal life (including false accusations, to make the target believe that the slander is widely believed, which sometimes may actually be the case).

  1. Common themes in the directed conversations:

  2. Common themes in the directed conversations:

  3. Common themes in the directed conversations:

  4. Common themes in the directed conversations:

  5. Common themes in the directed conversations:

  6. Common themes in the directed conversations:

  7. Common themes in the directed conversations:

  8. Common themes in the directed conversations:

  9. Common themes in the directed conversations:

  10. Common themes in the directed conversations:

2.3a: Directed conversations 1: More detailed description of some specific events

More detailed description of some specific events

  1. Directed conversations 1. Location, approximate date(s) or time period(s), and a brief description of the directed conversation.

  2. Directed conversations 1. Location, approximate date(s) or time period(s), and a brief description of the directed conversation.

  3. Directed conversations 1. Location, approximate date(s) or time period(s), and a brief description of the directed conversation.

  4. Directed conversations 1. Location, approximate date(s) or time period(s), and a brief description of the directed conversation.

  5. Directed conversations 1. Location, approximate date(s) or time period(s), and a brief description of the directed conversation.

  6. Directed conversations 1. Location, approximate date(s) or time period(s), and a brief description of the directed conversation.

  7. Directed conversations 1. Location, approximate date(s) or time period(s), and a brief description of the directed conversation.

2.4: Directed conversations 2:

Content in any form of media which is "too similar for coincidence" to events, history, circumstances in the private life of the target to believe it is pure coincidence, especially after observing some pattern.

  1. Directed conversations 2. Media outlet, the aspect of your personal life (real events or false slanders), and sufficient description of the media content to explain the suspiciously similar content.

  2. Directed conversations 2. Media outlet, the aspect of your personal life (real events or false slanders), and sufficient description of the media content to explain the suspiciously similar content.

  3. Directed conversations 2. Media outlet, the aspect of your personal life (real events or false slanders), and sufficient description of the media content to explain the suspiciously similar content.

  4. Directed conversations 2. Media outlet, the aspect of your personal life (real events or false slanders), and sufficient description of the media content to explain the suspiciously similar content.

  5. Directed conversations 2. Media outlet, the aspect of your personal life (real events or false slanders), and sufficient description of the media content to explain the suspiciously similar content.

  6. Directed conversations 2. Media outlet, the aspect of your personal life (real events or false slanders), and sufficient description of the media content to explain the suspiciously similar content.

  7. Directed conversations 2. Media outlet, the aspect of your personal life (real events or false slanders), and sufficient description of the media content to explain the suspiciously similar content.

  8. Directed conversations 2. Media outlet, the aspect of your personal life (real events or false slanders), and sufficient description of the media content to explain the suspiciously similar content.

  9. Directed conversations 2. Media outlet, the aspect of your personal life (real events or false slanders), and sufficient description of the media content to explain the suspiciously similar content.

  10. Directed conversations 2. Media outlet, the aspect of your personal life (real events or false slanders), and sufficient description of the media content to explain the suspiciously similar content.

2.5: Entrapment

Events where the organized stalking, harassment or other manipulations were directed towards trying direct the victim towards a criminal activity.

  1. Entrapment. The specific crime they tried to drag/coerce you in to. The approximate date(s), location(s) and means by which tried to accomplish this, include a description (or identity, if possible), of the people involved in the effort.

  2. Entrapment. The specific crime they tried to drag/coerce you in to. The approximate date(s), location(s) and means by which tried to accomplish this, include a description (or identity, if possible), of the people involved in the effort.

  3. Entrapment. The specific crime they tried to drag/coerce you in to. The approximate date(s), location(s) and means by which tried to accomplish this, include a description (or identity, if possible), of the people involved in the effort.

  4. Entrapment. The specific crime they tried to drag/coerce you in to. The approximate date(s), location(s) and means by which tried to accomplish this, include a description (or identity, if possible), of the people involved in the effort.

  5. Entrapment. The specific crime they tried to drag/coerce you in to. The approximate date(s), location(s) and means by which tried to accomplish this, include a description (or identity, if possible), of the people involved in the effort.

  6. Entrapment. The specific crime they tried to drag/coerce you in to. The approximate date(s), location(s) and means by which tried to accomplish this, include a description (or identity, if possible), of the people involved in the effort.

  7. Entrapment. The specific crime they tried to drag/coerce you in to. The approximate date(s), location(s) and means by which tried to accomplish this, include a description (or identity, if possible), of the people involved in the effort.

  8. Entrapment. The specific crime they tried to drag/coerce you in to. The approximate date(s), location(s) and means by which tried to accomplish this, include a description (or identity, if possible), of the people involved in the effort.

  9. Entrapment. The specific crime they tried to drag/coerce you in to. The approximate date(s), location(s) and means by which tried to accomplish this, include a description (or identity, if possible), of the people involved in the effort.

  10. Entrapment. The specific crime they tried to drag/coerce you in to. The approximate date(s), location(s) and means by which tried to accomplish this, include a description (or identity, if possible), of the people involved in the effort.

2.6: Slander campaigns

Spreading lies and rumours about the target such as they are a drug dealer, accusations of various sex crimes such as rape, pedophilia, etc. (or even things which are very trivial, but the perpetrators have determined are embarrassing to the victim, such as "loves girly toys"), with no opportunity to defend oneself. Including efforts to persuade the victim that the slander is widely believed (which may at times in fact be true, regardless of whether or not based in reality). Please report similar incidents separately, unless reporting a pattern which is essentially identical, but which occurred in many instances. Also, in cases where "through the wall" technology was used, be attentive to report "appeared to be coming from the direction of", and do not specify individuals such as neighbours, co-workers, or anyone else unless you are 100% confident of, say, seeing their lips moving at the time that the slanderous statements were made.

You may wish to add to this list at a later date, as various calculated distractions, sleep deprivation or other means (including current interference) may prevent some such recollections.

  1. Slander. Specific subject or accusation constituting the slander. The locations (please be specific, even if this seems like a large amount of detail) where this slander was made known to the victim. The words, gestures, tones, and other strategies used to convey either that a) they held some actual belief that the slander was true, b) that regardless of truth they could persuade others to believe it was true or to try to persuade the victim themselves that the slander was true (for example, making use of phrases, gestures, etc. associated to a sexual interest in mature adults, and then applying these same conditioned stimuli to persuade the victim that, say, they hold sexual interest in animals, minors, etc. -- but many other such false associations may have occurred.)

  2. Slander. Specific subject or accusation constituting the slander. The locations (please be specific, even if this seems like a large amount of detail) where this slander was made known to the victim. The words, gestures, tones, and other strategies used to convey either that a) they held some actual belief that the slander was true, b) that regardless of truth they could persuade others to believe it was true or to try to persuade the victim themselves that the slander was true (for example, making use of phrases, gestures, etc. associated to a sexual interest in mature adults, and then applying these same conditioned stimuli to persuade the victim that, say, they hold sexual interest in animals, minors, etc. -- but many other such false associations may have occurred.)

  3. Slander. Specific subject or accusation constituting the slander. The locations (please be specific, even if this seems like a large amount of detail) where this slander was made known to the victim. The words, gestures, tones, and other strategies used to convey either that a) they held some actual belief that the slander was true, b) that regardless of truth they could persuade others to believe it was true or to try to persuade the victim themselves that the slander was true (for example, making use of phrases, gestures, etc. associated to a sexual interest in mature adults, and then applying these same conditioned stimuli to persuade the victim that, say, they hold sexual interest in animals, minors, etc. -- but many other such false associations may have occurred.)

  4. Slander. Specific subject or accusation constituting the slander. The locations (please be specific, even if this seems like a large amount of detail) where this slander was made known to the victim. The words, gestures, tones, and other strategies used to convey either that a) they held some actual belief that the slander was true, b) that regardless of truth they could persuade others to believe it was true or to try to persuade the victim themselves that the slander was true (for example, making use of phrases, gestures, etc. associated to a sexual interest in mature adults, and then applying these same conditioned stimuli to persuade the victim that, say, they hold sexual interest in animals, minors, etc. -- but many other such false associations may have occurred.)

  5. Slander. Specific subject or accusation constituting the slander. The locations (please be specific, even if this seems like a large amount of detail) where this slander was made known to the victim. The words, gestures, tones, and other strategies used to convey either that a) they held some actual belief that the slander was true, b) that regardless of truth they could persuade others to believe it was true or to try to persuade the victim themselves that the slander was true (for example, making use of phrases, gestures, etc. associated to a sexual interest in mature adults, and then applying these same conditioned stimuli to persuade the victim that, say, they hold sexual interest in animals, minors, etc. -- but many other such false associations may have occurred.)

  6. Slander. Specific subject or accusation constituting the slander. The locations (please be specific, even if this seems like a large amount of detail) where this slander was made known to the victim. The words, gestures, tones, and other strategies used to convey either that a) they held some actual belief that the slander was true, b) that regardless of truth they could persuade others to believe it was true or to try to persuade the victim themselves that the slander was true (for example, making use of phrases, gestures, etc. associated to a sexual interest in mature adults, and then applying these same conditioned stimuli to persuade the victim that, say, they hold sexual interest in animals, minors, etc. -- but many other such false associations may have occurred.)

  7. Slander. Specific subject or accusation constituting the slander. The locations (please be specific, even if this seems like a large amount of detail) where this slander was made known to the victim. The words, gestures, tones, and other strategies used to convey either that a) they held some actual belief that the slander was true, b) that regardless of truth they could persuade others to believe it was true or to try to persuade the victim themselves that the slander was true (for example, making use of phrases, gestures, etc. associated to a sexual interest in mature adults, and then applying these same conditioned stimuli to persuade the victim that, say, they hold sexual interest in animals, minors, etc. -- but many other such false associations may have occurred.)

  8. Slander. Specific subject or accusation constituting the slander. The locations (please be specific, even if this seems like a large amount of detail) where this slander was made known to the victim. The words, gestures, tones, and other strategies used to convey either that a) they held some actual belief that the slander was true, b) that regardless of truth they could persuade others to believe it was true or to try to persuade the victim themselves that the slander was true (for example, making use of phrases, gestures, etc. associated to a sexual interest in mature adults, and then applying these same conditioned stimuli to persuade the victim that, say, they hold sexual interest in animals, minors, etc. -- but many other such false associations may have occurred.)

2.7: Illegal entry into your car or home

Please report similar incidents separately, unless reporting a pattern which is essentially identical, but which occurred in many instances.

  1. Illegal entry. Approximate date of entry. The signs which made it obvious that the illegal entry had occurred. Any efforts to report the illegal entry to police. Reasons for which it would be difficult for the illegal entry to be proven. Guesses on whether the illegal entry may have gone beyond simply intimidating the victim and may have had more specific objectives.

  2. Illegal entry. Approximate date of entry. The signs which made it obvious that the illegal entry had occurred. Any efforts to report the illegal entry to police. Reasons for which it would be difficult for the illegal entry to be proven. Guesses on whether the illegal entry may have gone beyond simply intimidating the victim and may have had more specific objectives.

  3. Illegal entry. Approximate date of entry. The signs which made it obvious that the illegal entry had occurred. Any efforts to report the illegal entry to police. Reasons for which it would be difficult for the illegal entry to be proven. Guesses on whether the illegal entry may have gone beyond simply intimidating the victim and may have had more specific objectives.

  4. Illegal entry. Approximate date of entry. The signs which made it obvious that the illegal entry had occurred. Any efforts to report the illegal entry to police. Reasons for which it would be difficult for the illegal entry to be proven. Guesses on whether the illegal entry may have gone beyond simply intimidating the victim and may have had more specific objectives.

  5. Illegal entry. Approximate date of entry. The signs which made it obvious that the illegal entry had occurred. Any efforts to report the illegal entry to police. Reasons for which it would be difficult for the illegal entry to be proven. Guesses on whether the illegal entry may have gone beyond simply intimidating the victim and may have had more specific objectives.

  6. Illegal entry. Approximate date of entry. The signs which made it obvious that the illegal entry had occurred. Any efforts to report the illegal entry to police. Reasons for which it would be difficult for the illegal entry to be proven. Guesses on whether the illegal entry may have gone beyond simply intimidating the victim and may have had more specific objectives.

  7. Illegal entry. Approximate date of entry. The signs which made it obvious that the illegal entry had occurred. Any efforts to report the illegal entry to police. Reasons for which it would be difficult for the illegal entry to be proven. Guesses on whether the illegal entry may have gone beyond simply intimidating the victim and may have had more specific objectives.

  8. Illegal entry. Approximate date of entry. The signs which made it obvious that the illegal entry had occurred. Any efforts to report the illegal entry to police. Reasons for which it would be difficult for the illegal entry to be proven. Guesses on whether the illegal entry may have gone beyond simply intimidating the victim and may have had more specific objectives.

2.8: Illegal audio/visual surveillance / bugging of target

Since this may often be a false conclusion whereas the reality is remote neural monitoring, please do not specify any cases other than those for which the actual means of surveillance was able to be determined, for example finding that a surveillance or spy camera was put up but the responsible person could not offer a satisfactory explanation or insisted it wasn't real, being mobbed by people photographing you all the time, hearing clicking or button sounds which you know to be associated with starting to record a conversation, etc. Please refrain from speculation here unless it seems absolutely critical to report the suspected surveillance which makes use of "traditional" surveillance technologies. For example, if you are followed but don't know how, do not report that your car is being tracked by a GPS monitor, that you had RFID planted into your body, or that visual satellite monitoring is being used to track you

  1. Illegal audio/visual surveillance or bugging of the target. Including the specific type of surveillance tool used, the means via which you were able to determine that this was in FACT (or very highly likely) to be the surveillance tool used. Please specify any means of redress you took in response to the situation, such as removing the device, hiring a professional to investigate, making a complaint to police, whether you told any professionals of the situation, and how they responded to the situation -- if any professionals, public sector employees or medical professionals were involved, please provide a minimum of the company or institution involved, and ideally name names.

  2. Illegal audio/visual surveillance or bugging of the target. Including the specific type of surveillance tool used, the means via which you were able to determine that this was in FACT (or very highly likely) to be the surveillance tool used. Please specify any means of redress you took in response to the situation, such as removing the device, hiring a professional to investigate, making a complaint to police, whether you told any professionals of the situation, and how they responded to the situation -- if any professionals, public sector employees or medical professionals were involved, please provide a minimum of the company or institution involved, and ideally name names.

  3. Illegal audio/visual surveillance or bugging of the target. Including the specific type of surveillance tool used, the means via which you were able to determine that this was in FACT (or very highly likely) to be the surveillance tool used. Please specify any means of redress you took in response to the situation, such as removing the device, hiring a professional to investigate, making a complaint to police, whether you told any professionals of the situation, and how they responded to the situation -- if any professionals, public sector employees or medical professionals were involved, please provide a minimum of the company or institution involved, and ideally name names.

2.9: Isolation

Isolating the target from friends, family, etc., by spreading lies and rumours. Here, do not include the effects of isolation which may result from discussing the realities of organized stalking and electronic harassment which may simply lead them to suggest you are crazy, perhaps due to simply not WANTING to believe such things are possible, regardless of whether they may have been "in on it", unless the "they were in on it" story (trying to get you psychiatrized) is particularly persuasive and cannot be explained by a) they may have been coerced, b) may have been scared of reprisal, c) just plain and simply cannot believe it is all possible. If applicable, discuss how you tried to broach the topic of that specific matter of slander, lies, etc., how they responded, and whether any satisfactory resolution was ultimately obtained. Discuss the means by which you first became aware that your connections were exposed to this slander, etc., when it started to seem they might have believed it, whether they ever expressed the matter directly to your face or just engaged in numerous sly comments expressing belief in the slander (i.e., participating in the organized stalking, whether or not they knew it), etc. Also, in response to any potentially successful means to persuade your connections to understand that it was a slander campaign, how the slander campaign may have been modified as a result.

For slander campaigns which involved essentially the same slander, please report this as one event (even if it persisted for months or years, and involved many iterations where different strategies to diffuse the slander, convince that the slander was true, etc. were used). If there was sufficient change in the specific subject or instance related to the slander (e.g., accusations that you raped some ex-partner, no wait, it was ALSO/EITHER some other ex-partner, consider this as two events), even if fairly similar, please report separately.

This may also involve efforts to persuade you to believe that others will disbelieve you, hate you, promote conflict with connections, etc., with the objective to isolate you.

  1. Isolation. The specific individuals/group from which you were to be socially isolated. The specific lies, rumours, etc. that you believe served to isolate you from family, friends, co-workers, etc. (so numerous instances may be reported with respect to your social isolation from a specific group). Also, whether there were reasons to believe that coercion, threats, etc. were involved. Changes over time in the approaches to achieving your social isolation, for example how the strategies to achieve means of coercion or to persuade you to believe that other people believed some item of slander, etc. If/how efforts to sow the seeds of conflict, disrespect, etc., with your connections were put into action.

  2. Isolation. The specific individuals/group from which you were to be socially isolated. The specific lies, rumours, etc. that you believe served to isolate you from family, friends, co-workers, etc. (so numerous instances may be reported with respect to your social isolation from a specific group). Also, whether there were reasons to believe that coercion, threats, etc. were involved. Changes over time in the approaches to achieving your social isolation, for example how the strategies to achieve means of coercion or to persuade you to believe that other people believed some item of slander, etc. If/how efforts to sow the seeds of conflict, disrespect, etc., with your connections were put into action.

  3. Isolation. The specific individuals/group from which you were to be socially isolated. The specific lies, rumours, etc. that you believe served to isolate you from family, friends, co-workers, etc. (so numerous instances may be reported with respect to your social isolation from a specific group). Also, whether there were reasons to believe that coercion, threats, etc. were involved. Changes over time in the approaches to achieving your social isolation, for example how the strategies to achieve means of coercion or to persuade you to believe that other people believed some item of slander, etc. If/how efforts to sow the seeds of conflict, disrespect, etc., with your connections were put into action.

  4. Isolation. The specific individuals/group from which you were to be socially isolated. The specific lies, rumours, etc. that you believe served to isolate you from family, friends, co-workers, etc. (so numerous instances may be reported with respect to your social isolation from a specific group). Also, whether there were reasons to believe that coercion, threats, etc. were involved. Changes over time in the approaches to achieving your social isolation, for example how the strategies to achieve means of coercion or to persuade you to believe that other people believed some item of slander, etc. If/how efforts to sow the seeds of conflict, disrespect, etc., with your connections were put into action.

2.10: Faux friends

Insertion of faux friends to take over the social life of the targeted individual. They are generally rude, and manipulative and not real friends. Please make one report per faux friend or group.

  1. Faux friends. The location where you first met, or who introduced you to them. The approximate date of the first interaction. A description of the ways in which the faux friend sought to appeal to you. A description of the ways in which they turned on you (verbal attacks, trying to destroy your confidence, attacking your values, various other forms of harassment, suggesting you are mentally ill, gaslighting, etc.). Events or activities that you were persuaded to attend where it turned out that the actual event was different than expected and where it seemed rather obvious that objective was to draw you into a situation where others controlled the environment, for the purpose of establishing control over the victim, thought reform, persuading them to engage in activities they would not otherwise engage in, etc.

  2. Faux friends. The location where you first met, or who introduced you to them. The approximate date of the first interaction. A description of the ways in which the faux friend sought to appeal to you. A description of the ways in which they turned on you (verbal attacks, trying to destroy your confidence, attacking your values, various other forms of harassment, suggesting you are mentally ill, gaslighting, etc.). Events or activities that you were persuaded to attend where it turned out that the actual event was different than expected and where it seemed rather obvious that objective was to draw you into a situation where others controlled the environment, for the purpose of establishing control over the victim, thought reform, persuading them to engage in activities they would not otherwise engage in, etc.

  3. Faux friends. The location where you first met, or who introduced you to them. The approximate date of the first interaction. A description of the ways in which the faux friend sought to appeal to you. A description of the ways in which they turned on you (verbal attacks, trying to destroy your confidence, attacking your values, various other forms of harassment, suggesting you are mentally ill, gaslighting, etc.). Events or activities that you were persuaded to attend where it turned out that the actual event was different than expected and where it seemed rather obvious that objective was to draw you into a situation where others controlled the environment, for the purpose of establishing control over the victim, thought reform, persuading them to engage in activities they would not otherwise engage in, etc.

  4. Faux friends. The location where you first met, or who introduced you to them. The approximate date of the first interaction. A description of the ways in which the faux friend sought to appeal to you. A description of the ways in which they turned on you (verbal attacks, trying to destroy your confidence, attacking your values, various other forms of harassment, suggesting you are mentally ill, gaslighting, etc.). Events or activities that you were persuaded to attend where it turned out that the actual event was different than expected and where it seemed rather obvious that objective was to draw you into a situation where others controlled the environment, for the purpose of establishing control over the victim, thought reform, persuading them to engage in activities they would not otherwise engage in, etc.

2.11: Mail, email, internet and phone tampering

Please have a strong preference for reporting only instances where you documented the evidence and can provide a detailed date, time, specific type of tampering, when you noticed, when you think it happened, whether it was reported to authorities, the response of authorities, etc. If there was a persistent pattern over a very long time, please just indicate the general pattern and the approximate timeframe (including if ongoing), with sufficient description to understand the general situation. If there seemed to be associations with the tampering, please mention this, but refrain from pointing specific fingers or making strongly conclusive statements (unless in possession of detailed corroborating evidence, such as some logs or copies of corrupted files for the case of computer-related tampering). E.g., "for some strange reason, no idea why, or if it was even real or who might have been responsible, my internet connection slowed to a crawl just about every time I made a blog post which I believe to have been rather convincing on the matter of exposing organized stalking, etc.". Here, endeavour to overcome the counterargument of "coincidence" or "not that strange" by highlighting the regularity, frequency, etc., of the event as opposed to what one might normally expect even if one were somewhat unlucky.

  1. Communications tampering. Date, time, specific type of tampering, when noticed, when you think it happened, whether reported, reaction of authorities. Or, persistent patterns with some sufficient description to understand the general situation.

  2. Communications tampering. Date, time, specific type of tampering, when noticed, when you think it happened, whether reported, reaction of authorities. Or, persistent patterns with some sufficient description to understand the general situation.

  3. Communications tampering. Date, time, specific type of tampering, when noticed, when you think it happened, whether reported, reaction of authorities. Or, persistent patterns with some sufficient description to understand the general situation.

  4. Communications tampering. Date, time, specific type of tampering, when noticed, when you think it happened, whether reported, reaction of authorities. Or, persistent patterns with some sufficient description to understand the general situation.

  5. Communications tampering. Date, time, specific type of tampering, when noticed, when you think it happened, whether reported, reaction of authorities. Or, persistent patterns with some sufficient description to understand the general situation.

2.12: Mimicking harassment:

a) Copying the target's daily routine, e.g., by throwing out the garbage at the same time or using the water or bathroom in an adjacent apartment at the same time; b) also, mimicking their movements, speech patterns, etc., which are liable to asserting a certain degree of perceived control over the individual by building up an ability to elicit evoked action or speech. This may also involve copying words, patterns, etc., which one might normally expected not to be publicly known, and where widespread mimicking of the written or spoken words may be designed to demonstrate a high level of privacy invasion of the individual.

  1. Mimicking harassment. The specific activity, habit, phrase, movement, etc., being mimicked. The place or places where the mimicking is occurring, even if the list starts to appear tiresomely long. The individuals involved, for example, whether neighbours, co-workers, acquaintances, or strangers. Whether distractions are applied at the same time. Or, if not a regularly applied specific mimicking harassment, but instead is an instance of copying the words, movements, etc., report this separately.

  2. Mimicking harassment. The specific activity, habit, phrase, movement, etc., being mimicked. The place or places where the mimicking is occurring, even if the list starts to appear tiresomely long. The individuals involved, for example, whether neighbours, co-workers, acquaintances, or strangers. Whether distractions are applied at the same time. Or, if not a regularly applied specific mimicking harassment, but instead is an instance of copying the words, movements, etc., report this separately.

  3. Mimicking harassment. The specific activity, habit, phrase, movement, etc., being mimicked. The place or places where the mimicking is occurring, even if the list starts to appear tiresomely long. The individuals involved, for example, whether neighbours, co-workers, acquaintances, or strangers. Whether distractions are applied at the same time. Or, if not a regularly applied specific mimicking harassment, but instead is an instance of copying the words, movements, etc., report this separately.

  4. Mimicking harassment. The specific activity, habit, phrase, movement, etc., being mimicked. The place or places where the mimicking is occurring, even if the list starts to appear tiresomely long. The individuals involved, for example, whether neighbours, co-workers, acquaintances, or strangers. Whether distractions are applied at the same time. Or, if not a regularly applied specific mimicking harassment, but instead is an instance of copying the words, movements, etc., report this separately.

2.13: Noise campaigns

Slamming doors, loud stereos, thuds or banging on walls especially at night, car alarms going off in tandem, using power tools at late hours. One of two approaches may be preferred here. A) Grouping together the reports by the type of noise campaign (e.g., this kind of noise was experienced in these 10 different places), or B) Grouping together the report by the locations where the noise campaign was performed, and describing the diverse forms that the noise campaign took at that location.

  1. Noise campaigns. The approximate date or range of dates of the events (including if ongoing). Specific individuals or groups involved (whether people known to you or strangers, etc.) -- in the case where you are actually only aware of the direction from which the noise originated, specify the direction from which it originated or the location from which it appeared to originate, and do not identify the individuals who you suspect to have been involved. List instances of the noise campaign as either A) the specific type of noise campaign as experienced across many locations, or B) the specific location and the various forms of noise campaign experienced at that location.

  2. Noise campaigns. The approximate date or range of dates of the events (including if ongoing). Specific individuals or groups involved (whether people known to you or strangers, etc.) -- in the case where you are actually only aware of the direction from which the noise originated, specify the direction from which it originated or the location from which it appeared to originate, and do not identify the individuals who you suspect to have been involved. List instances of the noise campaign as either A) the specific type of noise campaign as experienced across many locations, or B) the specific location and the various forms of noise campaign experienced at that location.

  3. Noise campaigns. The approximate date or range of dates of the events (including if ongoing). Specific individuals or groups involved (whether people known to you or strangers, etc.) -- in the case where you are actually only aware of the direction from which the noise originated, specify the direction from which it originated or the location from which it appeared to originate, and do not identify the individuals who you suspect to have been involved. List instances of the noise campaign as either A) the specific type of noise campaign as experienced across many locations, or B) the specific location and the various forms of noise campaign experienced at that location.

  4. Noise campaigns. The approximate date or range of dates of the events (including if ongoing). Specific individuals or groups involved (whether people known to you or strangers, etc.) -- in the case where you are actually only aware of the direction from which the noise originated, specify the direction from which it originated or the location from which it appeared to originate, and do not identify the individuals who you suspect to have been involved. List instances of the noise campaign as either A) the specific type of noise campaign as experienced across many locations, or B) the specific location and the various forms of noise campaign experienced at that location.

  5. Noise campaigns. The approximate date or range of dates of the events (including if ongoing). Specific individuals or groups involved (whether people known to you or strangers, etc.) -- in the case where you are actually only aware of the direction from which the noise originated, specify the direction from which it originated or the location from which it appeared to originate, and do not identify the individuals who you suspect to have been involved. List instances of the noise campaign as either A) the specific type of noise campaign as experienced across many locations, or B) the specific location and the various forms of noise campaign experienced at that location.

  6. Noise campaigns. The approximate date or range of dates of the events (including if ongoing). Specific individuals or groups involved (whether people known to you or strangers, etc.) -- in the case where you are actually only aware of the direction from which the noise originated, specify the direction from which it originated or the location from which it appeared to originate, and do not identify the individuals who you suspect to have been involved. List instances of the noise campaign as either A) the specific type of noise campaign as experienced across many locations, or B) the specific location and the various forms of noise campaign experienced at that location.

2.14: Psychological sensitization/anchoring

Getting the target sensitive to everyday stimuli like colors or everyday actions such as following the target in bright red clothing and/or swarming the target's vehicle with red vehicles continuously until the target develops a phobia to the color red. (This can be understood in the sense of "classic conditioning" or "priming". But this vocabulary also appears common.)

  1. Sensitization. The object, colour, target phrase, gesture, song, image, etc., of sensitization. The earliest time you recall being aware of that sensitization (if possible). Whether, upon reflection, the sensitization was likely to have been ongoing for some time prior to that. The diversity of locations at which this sensitization was observed. Individuals or groups which were present at the time of the sensitization, and a description of their behaviour which led you to believe that they were either there to a) engage in the sensitization, b) observe your response to the sensitization, or c) to project the sense that they were aware of the situation and basically that you are being followed, monitored, etc.

  2. Sensitization. The object, colour, target phrase, gesture, song, image, etc., of sensitization. The earliest time you recall being aware of that sensitization (if possible). Whether, upon reflection, the sensitization was likely to have been ongoing for some time prior to that. The diversity of locations at which this sensitization was observed. Individuals or groups which were present at the time of the sensitization, and a description of their behaviour which led you to believe that they were either there to a) engage in the sensitization, b) observe your response to the sensitization, or c) to project the sense that they were aware of the situation and basically that you are being followed, monitored, etc.

  3. Sensitization. The object, colour, target phrase, gesture, song, image, etc., of sensitization. The earliest time you recall being aware of that sensitization (if possible). Whether, upon reflection, the sensitization was likely to have been ongoing for some time prior to that. The diversity of locations at which this sensitization was observed. Individuals or groups which were present at the time of the sensitization, and a description of their behaviour which led you to believe that they were either there to a) engage in the sensitization, b) observe your response to the sensitization, or c) to project the sense that they were aware of the situation and basically that you are being followed, monitored, etc.

  4. Sensitization. The object, colour, target phrase, gesture, song, image, etc., of sensitization. The earliest time you recall being aware of that sensitization (if possible). Whether, upon reflection, the sensitization was likely to have been ongoing for some time prior to that. The diversity of locations at which this sensitization was observed. Individuals or groups which were present at the time of the sensitization, and a description of their behaviour which led you to believe that they were either there to a) engage in the sensitization, b) observe your response to the sensitization, or c) to project the sense that they were aware of the situation and basically that you are being followed, monitored, etc.

  5. Sensitization. The object, colour, target phrase, gesture, song, image, etc., of sensitization. The earliest time you recall being aware of that sensitization (if possible). Whether, upon reflection, the sensitization was likely to have been ongoing for some time prior to that. The diversity of locations at which this sensitization was observed. Individuals or groups which were present at the time of the sensitization, and a description of their behaviour which led you to believe that they were either there to a) engage in the sensitization, b) observe your response to the sensitization, or c) to project the sense that they were aware of the situation and basically that you are being followed, monitored, etc.

  6. Sensitization. The object, colour, target phrase, gesture, song, image, etc., of sensitization. The earliest time you recall being aware of that sensitization (if possible). Whether, upon reflection, the sensitization was likely to have been ongoing for some time prior to that. The diversity of locations at which this sensitization was observed. Individuals or groups which were present at the time of the sensitization, and a description of their behaviour which led you to believe that they were either there to a) engage in the sensitization, b) observe your response to the sensitization, or c) to project the sense that they were aware of the situation and basically that you are being followed, monitored, etc.

  7. Sensitization. The object, colour, target phrase, gesture, song, image, etc., of sensitization. The earliest time you recall being aware of that sensitization (if possible). Whether, upon reflection, the sensitization was likely to have been ongoing for some time prior to that. The diversity of locations at which this sensitization was observed. Individuals or groups which were present at the time of the sensitization, and a description of their behaviour which led you to believe that they were either there to a) engage in the sensitization, b) observe your response to the sensitization, or c) to project the sense that they were aware of the situation and basically that you are being followed, monitored, etc.

  8. Sensitization. The object, colour, target phrase, gesture, song, image, etc., of sensitization. The earliest time you recall being aware of that sensitization (if possible). Whether, upon reflection, the sensitization was likely to have been ongoing for some time prior to that. The diversity of locations at which this sensitization was observed. Individuals or groups which were present at the time of the sensitization, and a description of their behaviour which led you to believe that they were either there to a) engage in the sensitization, b) observe your response to the sensitization, or c) to project the sense that they were aware of the situation and basically that you are being followed, monitored, etc.

2.15: Sleep deprivation

Specify the periods of sleep deprivation, the means used to accomplish the sleep deprivation (such as: noise campaigns; remotely administered induced stress such as those which increase heart rate, cause heart palpitations, increase energy and alertness, just as you're about to go to sleep; projected intrusions into your thoughts via words, images, etc. using synthetic telepathy which require alertness to prevent planting of memories, manipulation of memories, to defend oneself against various other forms of remotely administered psychological attacks, or perhaps just due to the general irritation of infringements on cognitive processes and/or disturbing thoughts, words, phrases, etc. which are designed to upset you, regardless of whether sleep deprivation is the number one objective of the unwanted remote intrusions; other physiological effects might include unexplained itchiness, unexplained anxiety which is not normal for you, a feeling of restricted airways, highly abnormal pulsing in major arteries, strange discomforts or pain in different organs, specific locations of unexplained pain (whether sudden and short or longer lasting, and whether highly targeted in one place or radiating across longer areas), pins and needles, loss of feeling in limbs which cannot be explained by poor blood flow due to your position or lack of movement, etc.).

Group together complaints by location or time period, and describe the remotely administered physiological or thought-based experiences which interfered with sleep. Unless you have incontrovertible proof of the origin of the interferences of the sort that would be accepted by police or in a court, stick with describing the experiences, where they appeared to originate from, and refrain from specifying individuals who you suspect to have been involved except as a matter of guesswork where your certainty is not high enough that you might pursue criminal charges of harassment at this time.

It should be highlighted that the perceptions and vulnerability to suggestive manipulations are particularly threatened during periods of sleep deprivation.

  1. Time period of sleep deprivation. Estimate of approximate amount of sleep per night during that period (for cases of nearly complete sleep deprivation, express this in days or weeks). During an extended period of less severe sleep deprivation, particularly intensive periods of sleep deprivation should be described separately, as a separate incident having occurred during the more extended period of sleep deprivation. Describe the specific physiological and/or cognitive interferences which contributed to inability to sleep during that period of time. For noise, specify whether you believe the origin to have been from actual sound waves and the assumed cause of the noise, or whether you believe synthetic telepathy, ultrasound ("silent sound"), or something else to have been the origin of the auditory disturbance affecting your sleep. For other cognitive interference such as use of synthetic telepathy to project images or thoughts, specify the general nature of the interference, the more specific, the better. For physiological interference, specify the type of interference, whether it was commonplace or mostly happened just at times when you were about to go to sleep, try to describe the intensity of it (e.g., just sufficient to keep you awake, or sufficient to make you wonder if it might be life threatening or at least life shortening if done persistently -- not considering that extended sleep deprivation negatively impacts lifespan.) Any delusional thoughts or irrational explanations concerning your situation which were introduced or encouraged during the period of sleep deprivation, including your best guess on the way in which that delusional explanation might have been used to discredit your claims. Any other comments unrelated to the above but which appeared to have been introduced externally and which interfered with sleep.

  2. Time period of sleep deprivation. Estimate of approximate amount of sleep per night during that period (for cases of nearly complete sleep deprivation, express this in days or weeks). During an extended period of less severe sleep deprivation, particularly intensive periods of sleep deprivation should be described separately, as a separate incident having occurred during the more extended period of sleep deprivation. Describe the specific physiological and/or cognitive interferences which contributed to inability to sleep during that period of time. For noise, specify whether you believe the origin to have been from actual sound waves and the assumed cause of the noise, or whether you believe synthetic telepathy, ultrasound ("silent sound"), or something else to have been the origin of the auditory disturbance affecting your sleep. For other cognitive interference such as use of synthetic telepathy to project images or thoughts, specify the general nature of the interference, the more specific, the better. For physiological interference, specify the type of interference, whether it was commonplace or mostly happened just at times when you were about to go to sleep, try to describe the intensity of it (e.g., just sufficient to keep you awake, or sufficient to make you wonder if it might be life threatening or at least life shortening if done persistently -- not considering that extended sleep deprivation negatively impacts lifespan.) Any delusional thoughts or irrational explanations concerning your situation which were introduced or encouraged during the period of sleep deprivation, including your best guess on the way in which that delusional explanation might have been used to discredit your claims. Any other comments unrelated to the above but which appeared to have been introduced externally and which interfered with sleep.

  3. Time period of sleep deprivation. Estimate of approximate amount of sleep per night during that period (for cases of nearly complete sleep deprivation, express this in days or weeks). During an extended period of less severe sleep deprivation, particularly intensive periods of sleep deprivation should be described separately, as a separate incident having occurred during the more extended period of sleep deprivation. Describe the specific physiological and/or cognitive interferences which contributed to inability to sleep during that period of time. For noise, specify whether you believe the origin to have been from actual sound waves and the assumed cause of the noise, or whether you believe synthetic telepathy, ultrasound ("silent sound"), or something else to have been the origin of the auditory disturbance affecting your sleep. For other cognitive interference such as use of synthetic telepathy to project images or thoughts, specify the general nature of the interference, the more specific, the better. For physiological interference, specify the type of interference, whether it was commonplace or mostly happened just at times when you were about to go to sleep, try to describe the intensity of it (e.g., just sufficient to keep you awake, or sufficient to make you wonder if it might be life threatening or at least life shortening if done persistently -- not considering that extended sleep deprivation negatively impacts lifespan.) Any delusional thoughts or irrational explanations concerning your situation which were introduced or encouraged during the period of sleep deprivation, including your best guess on the way in which that delusional explanation might have been used to discredit your claims. Any other comments unrelated to the above but which appeared to have been introduced externally and which interfered with sleep.

  4. Time period of sleep deprivation. Estimate of approximate amount of sleep per night during that period (for cases of nearly complete sleep deprivation, express this in days or weeks). During an extended period of less severe sleep deprivation, particularly intensive periods of sleep deprivation should be described separately, as a separate incident having occurred during the more extended period of sleep deprivation. Describe the specific physiological and/or cognitive interferences which contributed to inability to sleep during that period of time. For noise, specify whether you believe the origin to have been from actual sound waves and the assumed cause of the noise, or whether you believe synthetic telepathy, ultrasound ("silent sound"), or something else to have been the origin of the auditory disturbance affecting your sleep. For other cognitive interference such as use of synthetic telepathy to project images or thoughts, specify the general nature of the interference, the more specific, the better. For physiological interference, specify the type of interference, whether it was commonplace or mostly happened just at times when you were about to go to sleep, try to describe the intensity of it (e.g., just sufficient to keep you awake, or sufficient to make you wonder if it might be life threatening or at least life shortening if done persistently -- not considering that extended sleep deprivation negatively impacts lifespan.) Any delusional thoughts or irrational explanations concerning your situation which were introduced or encouraged during the period of sleep deprivation, including your best guess on the way in which that delusional explanation might have been used to discredit your claims. Any other comments unrelated to the above but which appeared to have been introduced externally and which interfered with sleep.

  5. Time period of sleep deprivation. Estimate of approximate amount of sleep per night during that period (for cases of nearly complete sleep deprivation, express this in days or weeks). During an extended period of less severe sleep deprivation, particularly intensive periods of sleep deprivation should be described separately, as a separate incident having occurred during the more extended period of sleep deprivation. Describe the specific physiological and/or cognitive interferences which contributed to inability to sleep during that period of time. For noise, specify whether you believe the origin to have been from actual sound waves and the assumed cause of the noise, or whether you believe synthetic telepathy, ultrasound ("silent sound"), or something else to have been the origin of the auditory disturbance affecting your sleep. For other cognitive interference such as use of synthetic telepathy to project images or thoughts, specify the general nature of the interference, the more specific, the better. For physiological interference, specify the type of interference, whether it was commonplace or mostly happened just at times when you were about to go to sleep, try to describe the intensity of it (e.g., just sufficient to keep you awake, or sufficient to make you wonder if it might be life threatening or at least life shortening if done persistently -- not considering that extended sleep deprivation negatively impacts lifespan.) Any delusional thoughts or irrational explanations concerning your situation which were introduced or encouraged during the period of sleep deprivation, including your best guess on the way in which that delusional explanation might have been used to discredit your claims. Any other comments unrelated to the above but which appeared to have been introduced externally and which interfered with sleep.

  6. Time period of sleep deprivation. Estimate of approximate amount of sleep per night during that period (for cases of nearly complete sleep deprivation, express this in days or weeks). During an extended period of less severe sleep deprivation, particularly intensive periods of sleep deprivation should be described separately, as a separate incident having occurred during the more extended period of sleep deprivation. Describe the specific physiological and/or cognitive interferences which contributed to inability to sleep during that period of time. For noise, specify whether you believe the origin to have been from actual sound waves and the assumed cause of the noise, or whether you believe synthetic telepathy, ultrasound ("silent sound"), or something else to have been the origin of the auditory disturbance affecting your sleep. For other cognitive interference such as use of synthetic telepathy to project images or thoughts, specify the general nature of the interference, the more specific, the better. For physiological interference, specify the type of interference, whether it was commonplace or mostly happened just at times when you were about to go to sleep, try to describe the intensity of it (e.g., just sufficient to keep you awake, or sufficient to make you wonder if it might be life threatening or at least life shortening if done persistently -- not considering that extended sleep deprivation negatively impacts lifespan.) Any delusional thoughts or irrational explanations concerning your situation which were introduced or encouraged during the period of sleep deprivation, including your best guess on the way in which that delusional explanation might have been used to discredit your claims. Any other comments unrelated to the above but which appeared to have been introduced externally and which interfered with sleep.

  7. Time period of sleep deprivation. Estimate of approximate amount of sleep per night during that period (for cases of nearly complete sleep deprivation, express this in days or weeks). During an extended period of less severe sleep deprivation, particularly intensive periods of sleep deprivation should be described separately, as a separate incident having occurred during the more extended period of sleep deprivation. Describe the specific physiological and/or cognitive interferences which contributed to inability to sleep during that period of time. For noise, specify whether you believe the origin to have been from actual sound waves and the assumed cause of the noise, or whether you believe synthetic telepathy, ultrasound ("silent sound"), or something else to have been the origin of the auditory disturbance affecting your sleep. For other cognitive interference such as use of synthetic telepathy to project images or thoughts, specify the general nature of the interference, the more specific, the better. For physiological interference, specify the type of interference, whether it was commonplace or mostly happened just at times when you were about to go to sleep, try to describe the intensity of it (e.g., just sufficient to keep you awake, or sufficient to make you wonder if it might be life threatening or at least life shortening if done persistently -- not considering that extended sleep deprivation negatively impacts lifespan.) Any delusional thoughts or irrational explanations concerning your situation which were introduced or encouraged during the period of sleep deprivation, including your best guess on the way in which that delusional explanation might have been used to discredit your claims. Any other comments unrelated to the above but which appeared to have been introduced externally and which interfered with sleep.

  8. Time period of sleep deprivation. Estimate of approximate amount of sleep per night during that period (for cases of nearly complete sleep deprivation, express this in days or weeks). During an extended period of less severe sleep deprivation, particularly intensive periods of sleep deprivation should be described separately, as a separate incident having occurred during the more extended period of sleep deprivation. Describe the specific physiological and/or cognitive interferences which contributed to inability to sleep during that period of time. For noise, specify whether you believe the origin to have been from actual sound waves and the assumed cause of the noise, or whether you believe synthetic telepathy, ultrasound ("silent sound"), or something else to have been the origin of the auditory disturbance affecting your sleep. For other cognitive interference such as use of synthetic telepathy to project images or thoughts, specify the general nature of the interference, the more specific, the better. For physiological interference, specify the type of interference, whether it was commonplace or mostly happened just at times when you were about to go to sleep, try to describe the intensity of it (e.g., just sufficient to keep you awake, or sufficient to make you wonder if it might be life threatening or at least life shortening if done persistently -- not considering that extended sleep deprivation negatively impacts lifespan.) Any delusional thoughts or irrational explanations concerning your situation which were introduced or encouraged during the period of sleep deprivation, including your best guess on the way in which that delusional explanation might have been used to discredit your claims. Any other comments unrelated to the above but which appeared to have been introduced externally and which interfered with sleep.

2.16: Telephone re-directs/wrong numbers

If not recorded, a description of the general frequency, times of day, where you often were, etc., when the wrong numbers/redirects, etc. were experienced. If you recorded the wrong numbers or other interference with calling, time, date and phone number of the caller (including whether a blocked number). Observations of strange patterns in the phone numbers calling you, for example many wrong numbers with the same or similar number patterns as found in your own, whether they tend to come from the same area code, etc.

  1. Time, date and phone number of caller. Patterns observed. Times of day, places, etc., received. Any specific details about the call.

  2. Time, date and phone number of caller. Patterns observed. Times of day, places, etc., received. Any specific details about the call.

  3. Time, date and phone number of caller. Patterns observed. Times of day, places, etc., received. Any specific details about the call.

  4. Time, date and phone number of caller. Patterns observed. Times of day, places, etc., received. Any specific details about the call.

  5. Time, date and phone number of caller. Patterns observed. Times of day, places, etc., received. Any specific details about the call.

  6. Time, date and phone number of caller. Patterns observed. Times of day, places, etc., received. Any specific details about the call.

  7. Time, date and phone number of caller. Patterns observed. Times of day, places, etc., received. Any specific details about the call.

  8. Time, date and phone number of caller. Patterns observed. Times of day, places, etc., received. Any specific details about the call.

2.17: Theft

Stealing from a target. (Liable to be highly regular but fairly small thefts that the police will not take seriously, and may lead to being directed/forced into psychological evaluation if the targeted individual makes any claims of organized stalking or conspiracy against them.) Group together the description by a) location of the event, b) the types of things being stolen and a list of places where this type of object was stolen from.

For cases or types of situations which are likely to involve gaslighting more so than "theft" per se, please mention that in entries on gaslighting instead of "theft". For example someone you live with verifiably going out of their way to intentionally move things for the purpose of screwing with your head afterwards in a manner intended to make you doubt your grasp on reality should be grouped under gaslighting, and not thefts.

  1. Location of thefts and items missing. Or, specific type of items stolen and the locations of theft. Any other unusual details relating to the events, such as things left out of place but not much (or anything) stolen in a break-in.

  2. Location of thefts and items missing. Or, specific type of items stolen and the locations of theft. Any other unusual details relating to the events, such as things left out of place but not much (or anything) stolen in a break-in.

  3. Location of thefts and items missing. Or, specific type of items stolen and the locations of theft. Any other unusual details relating to the events, such as things left out of place but not much (or anything) stolen in a break-in.

  4. Location of thefts and items missing. Or, specific type of items stolen and the locations of theft. Any other unusual details relating to the events, such as things left out of place but not much (or anything) stolen in a break-in.

  5. Location of thefts and items missing. Or, specific type of items stolen and the locations of theft. Any other unusual details relating to the events, such as things left out of place but not much (or anything) stolen in a break-in.

  6. Location of thefts and items missing. Or, specific type of items stolen and the locations of theft. Any other unusual details relating to the events, such as things left out of place but not much (or anything) stolen in a break-in.

2.18: Moving foot and vehicular surveillance

In many online sources this is described as following the target wherever they go, perhaps including tracking the target using a GPS monitor, etc. The terminology of "high-tech stalker by proxy" is also used for cases where perpetrators follow remote influences including gestures, speech, and where they go, in a manner that enables to maintain pressure on a target without any appearance of "following" per se.

These two types of situations (a) followed by individuals or groups and b) high-tech stalking by proxy) are both included in this subsection, for both on-foot and vehicular surveillance techniques. If possible, try to separate the events out into more readily identifiable sub-events or sub-trends.

You may wish to add additional observations about things they tended to do while following you (perhaps relating to other organized stalking techniques), and whether there were any regular stalkers or whether it was generally different people every time. Attempt to explain the difference between what is "normal" in the area relating to the description, and compare this to the actual experience, for example "the path is typically empty for most of the day, or just has a few people around from time to time, but after date X or so, whenever I went there I would always be surrounded by people, even though the rest of the area would remain essentially empty" or, "traffic at 3pm in that area is only moderately heavy, but I would always have a convoy of cars surrounding me, closely tailgating me, veering dangerously close to me on a regular basis, etc."

  1. Moving surveillance. Specific location or trajectory involved in the moving surveillance. Whether same people, different people, or don't really know. Whether a repeated occurrence or single occurrence. If a repeated occurrence, the time period involved (including if ongoing); if a single occurrence, the date it occurred. Additional organized stalking techniques combined with the experience...

  2. Moving surveillance. Specific location or trajectory involved in the moving surveillance. Whether same people, different people, or don't really know. Whether a repeated occurrence or single occurrence. If a repeated occurrence, the time period involved (including if ongoing); if a single occurrence, the date it occurred. Additional organized stalking techniques combined with the experience...

  3. Moving surveillance. Specific location or trajectory involved in the moving surveillance. Whether same people, different people, or don't really know. Whether a repeated occurrence or single occurrence. If a repeated occurrence, the time period involved (including if ongoing); if a single occurrence, the date it occurred. Additional organized stalking techniques combined with the experience...

  4. Moving surveillance. Specific location or trajectory involved in the moving surveillance. Whether same people, different people, or don't really know. Whether a repeated occurrence or single occurrence. If a repeated occurrence, the time period involved (including if ongoing); if a single occurrence, the date it occurred. Additional organized stalking techniques combined with the experience...

  5. Moving surveillance. Specific location or trajectory involved in the moving surveillance. Whether same people, different people, or don't really know. Whether a repeated occurrence or single occurrence. If a repeated occurrence, the time period involved (including if ongoing); if a single occurrence, the date it occurred. Additional organized stalking techniques combined with the experience...

  6. Moving surveillance. Specific location or trajectory involved in the moving surveillance. Whether same people, different people, or don't really know. Whether a repeated occurrence or single occurrence. If a repeated occurrence, the time period involved (including if ongoing); if a single occurrence, the date it occurred. Additional organized stalking techniques combined with the experience...

  7. Moving surveillance. Specific location or trajectory involved in the moving surveillance. Whether same people, different people, or don't really know. Whether a repeated occurrence or single occurrence. If a repeated occurrence, the time period involved (including if ongoing); if a single occurrence, the date it occurred. Additional organized stalking techniques combined with the experience...

  8. Moving surveillance. Specific location or trajectory involved in the moving surveillance. Whether same people, different people, or don't really know. Whether a repeated occurrence or single occurrence. If a repeated occurrence, the time period involved (including if ongoing); if a single occurrence, the date it occurred. Additional organized stalking techniques combined with the experience...

  9. Moving surveillance. Specific location or trajectory involved in the moving surveillance. Whether same people, different people, or don't really know. Whether a repeated occurrence or single occurrence. If a repeated occurrence, the time period involved (including if ongoing); if a single occurrence, the date it occurred. Additional organized stalking techniques combined with the experience...

  10. Moving surveillance. Specific location or trajectory involved in the moving surveillance. Whether same people, different people, or don't really know. Whether a repeated occurrence or single occurrence. If a repeated occurrence, the time period involved (including if ongoing); if a single occurrence, the date it occurred. Additional organized stalking techniques combined with the experience...

  11. Moving surveillance. Specific location or trajectory involved in the moving surveillance. Whether same people, different people, or don't really know. Whether a repeated occurrence or single occurrence. If a repeated occurrence, the time period involved (including if ongoing); if a single occurrence, the date it occurred. Additional organized stalking techniques combined with the experience...

  12. Moving surveillance. Specific location or trajectory involved in the moving surveillance. Whether same people, different people, or don't really know. Whether a repeated occurrence or single occurrence. If a repeated occurrence, the time period involved (including if ongoing); if a single occurrence, the date it occurred. Additional organized stalking techniques combined with the experience...

  13. Moving surveillance. Specific location or trajectory involved in the moving surveillance. Whether same people, different people, or don't really know. Whether a repeated occurrence or single occurrence. If a repeated occurrence, the time period involved (including if ongoing); if a single occurrence, the date it occurred. Additional organized stalking techniques combined with the experience...

  14. Moving surveillance. Specific location or trajectory involved in the moving surveillance. Whether same people, different people, or don't really know. Whether a repeated occurrence or single occurrence. If a repeated occurrence, the time period involved (including if ongoing); if a single occurrence, the date it occurred. Additional organized stalking techniques combined with the experience...

2.19: Being followed to restaurants, hotels, supermarkets, shops, parks, etc. ...

...where various other forms of harassment would continue (or intercepted there shortly after arrival). Whether any pattern could be established that helped to make guesses about the means of tracking (in instances where you do not believe that remote neural monitoring is being used to estimate your intended destination). Very brief references to the other types of harassment occurring at that time and place.

  1. Followed to location. The time period (including ongoing). Whether one instance or regular. Whether a place you regularly go to, a place you went to the first time, or whether you had to go a few times before the harassment followed you there. Other types of harassment occurring at this location, such as directed conversation, sensitization, noise campaigns, slander, threats, subliminal programming (which you probably wouldn't start to realize until later), target phrases, etc. Any other comments which seem relevant to the events at the specific location.

  2. Followed to location. The time period (including ongoing). Whether one instance or regular. Whether a place you regularly go to, a place you went to the first time, or whether you had to go a few times before the harassment followed you there. Other types of harassment occurring at this location, such as directed conversation, sensitization, noise campaigns, slander, threats, subliminal programming (which you probably wouldn't start to realize until later), target phrases, etc. Any other comments which seem relevant to the events at the specific location.

  3. Followed to location. The time period (including ongoing). Whether one instance or regular. Whether a place you regularly go to, a place you went to the first time, or whether you had to go a few times before the harassment followed you there. Other types of harassment occurring at this location, such as directed conversation, sensitization, noise campaigns, slander, threats, subliminal programming (which you probably wouldn't start to realize until later), target phrases, etc. Any other comments which seem relevant to the events at the specific location.

  4. Followed to location. The time period (including ongoing). Whether one instance or regular. Whether a place you regularly go to, a place you went to the first time, or whether you had to go a few times before the harassment followed you there. Other types of harassment occurring at this location, such as directed conversation, sensitization, noise campaigns, slander, threats, subliminal programming (which you probably wouldn't start to realize until later), target phrases, etc. Any other comments which seem relevant to the events at the specific location.

  5. Followed to location. The time period (including ongoing). Whether one instance or regular. Whether a place you regularly go to, a place you went to the first time, or whether you had to go a few times before the harassment followed you there. Other types of harassment occurring at this location, such as directed conversation, sensitization, noise campaigns, slander, threats, subliminal programming (which you probably wouldn't start to realize until later), target phrases, etc. Any other comments which seem relevant to the events at the specific location.

  6. Followed to location. The time period (including ongoing). Whether one instance or regular. Whether a place you regularly go to, a place you went to the first time, or whether you had to go a few times before the harassment followed you there. Other types of harassment occurring at this location, such as directed conversation, sensitization, noise campaigns, slander, threats, subliminal programming (which you probably wouldn't start to realize until later), target phrases, etc. Any other comments which seem relevant to the events at the specific location.

  7. Followed to location. The time period (including ongoing). Whether one instance or regular. Whether a place you regularly go to, a place you went to the first time, or whether you had to go a few times before the harassment followed you there. Other types of harassment occurring at this location, such as directed conversation, sensitization, noise campaigns, slander, threats, subliminal programming (which you probably wouldn't start to realize until later), target phrases, etc. Any other comments which seem relevant to the events at the specific location.

  8. Followed to location. The time period (including ongoing). Whether one instance or regular. Whether a place you regularly go to, a place you went to the first time, or whether you had to go a few times before the harassment followed you there. Other types of harassment occurring at this location, such as directed conversation, sensitization, noise campaigns, slander, threats, subliminal programming (which you probably wouldn't start to realize until later), target phrases, etc. Any other comments which seem relevant to the events at the specific location.

  9. Followed to location. The time period (including ongoing). Whether one instance or regular. Whether a place you regularly go to, a place you went to the first time, or whether you had to go a few times before the harassment followed you there. Other types of harassment occurring at this location, such as directed conversation, sensitization, noise campaigns, slander, threats, subliminal programming (which you probably wouldn't start to realize until later), target phrases, etc. Any other comments which seem relevant to the events at the specific location.

  10. Followed to location. The time period (including ongoing). Whether one instance or regular. Whether a place you regularly go to, a place you went to the first time, or whether you had to go a few times before the harassment followed you there. Other types of harassment occurring at this location, such as directed conversation, sensitization, noise campaigns, slander, threats, subliminal programming (which you probably wouldn't start to realize until later), target phrases, etc. Any other comments which seem relevant to the events at the specific location.

2.20: Brighting

Perpetrators flash their (car) lights at the targeted individual at all times of the day to let the targeted individual know they are being watched.

  1. Brighting. Time and date for specific instance. Time period for recurring instances. Whether the same car or different cars. License plates, car descriptions, etc. Whether other events associated.

  2. Brighting. Time and date for specific instance. Time period for recurring instances. Whether the same car or different cars. License plates, car descriptions, etc. Whether other events associated.

  3. Brighting. Time and date for specific instance. Time period for recurring instances. Whether the same car or different cars. License plates, car descriptions, etc. Whether other events associated.

  4. Brighting. Time and date for specific instance. Time period for recurring instances. Whether the same car or different cars. License plates, car descriptions, etc. Whether other events associated.

  5. Brighting. Time and date for specific instance. Time period for recurring instances. Whether the same car or different cars. License plates, car descriptions, etc. Whether other events associated.

2.21: Vandalism...

...breaking windows, slashing tires, dumping garbage on a target's lawn. (Liable to be highly regular but fairly small incidents that the police will not take seriously, and may lead to being directed/forced into psychological evaluation if the targeted individual makes any claims of organized stalking or conspiracy against them.) Focus on specific instances here. If they slashed your tire three times, report this as three separate instances. Since the strategy involves a large volume of seemingly small things, please do not hesitate to list a large volume of small things which may contribute to establishing the pattern. It might not be uncommon to experience some vandalism a couple times in your life for no reason in particular. Some particularly unlucky people might have a few more instances than that. Even extremely minor events, if experienced in a regular basis, for example, weekly or monthly basis, contributed to the overall pattern of a high volume of harassment comprised of individually small events which sum up into a massive 24/7 all-encompassing campaign -- nothing is too small to record here. However, please do not list anything if you see it as remotely possible that maybe something was always that way, it was your own accident, etc. (but, in consideration that gaslighting is normally a major part of the organized stalking, do not be overly sceptical of yourself in this regard.)

  1. Vandalism. Date noticed. Date you believe it occurred. Time of day, if relevant. Specific incident. Whether reported to authorities, and if so, the reaction of authorities, if any.

  2. Vandalism. Date noticed. Date you believe it occurred. Time of day, if relevant. Specific incident. Whether reported to authorities, and if so, the reaction of authorities, if any.

  3. Vandalism. Date noticed. Date you believe it occurred. Time of day, if relevant. Specific incident. Whether reported to authorities, and if so, the reaction of authorities, if any.

  4. Vandalism. Date noticed. Date you believe it occurred. Time of day, if relevant. Specific incident. Whether reported to authorities, and if so, the reaction of authorities, if any.

  5. Vandalism. Date noticed. Date you believe it occurred. Time of day, if relevant. Specific incident. Whether reported to authorities, and if so, the reaction of authorities, if any.

  6. Vandalism. Date noticed. Date you believe it occurred. Time of day, if relevant. Specific incident. Whether reported to authorities, and if so, the reaction of authorities, if any.

  7. Vandalism. Date noticed. Date you believe it occurred. Time of day, if relevant. Specific incident. Whether reported to authorities, and if so, the reaction of authorities, if any.

  8. Vandalism. Date noticed. Date you believe it occurred. Time of day, if relevant. Specific incident. Whether reported to authorities, and if so, the reaction of authorities, if any.

2.22: Ruined relationships

Friendships and acquaintances going sour or talking in the same catch phrases (e.g., targeted to something assumed to have a negative psychological effect on your identity or values, perhaps unknown to these individuals) even though they do not know each other. Slander against you, coercion against the friend or acquaintance, or even subliminal or remote means of introducing thoughts or suggesting actions, may contribute to souring a relationship. Also, intentional efforts to stir up conflict between yourself and a contact may be at play.

  1. Ruined relationships. Which contact, friend, etc. The causes of the relationship going sour -- specify the stated cause and what you believe to be the real cause. Slander being used to sour the relationship, and whether you believe that the contact a) believed it or b) was doubtful but anyways went along because they felt intimidated. Specific conflicts which seem to have been concocted, whether you believe the contact did so independently, under suggestion unaware to them, under any degree of coercion, which type of coercion you feel may have been involved, etc. Whether you tried to describe the harassment to the contact, and if so, how they reacted to it: a) they largely believed you and did not direct you to a mental hospital, b) they appear to have believed you but directed you to a mental hospital anyways, c) they did not believe you or were exceedingly sceptical but did not suggest you were mentally ill, d) they did not believe you and suggested to seek help for mental problems. How you reacted to their response to efforts to explain the organized stalking, etc. Any target phrases, sensitization, slander, or other forms of harassment that the contact engaged in.

  2. Ruined relationships. Which contact, friend, etc. The causes of the relationship going sour -- specify the stated cause and what you believe to be the real cause. Slander being used to sour the relationship, and whether you believe that the contact a) believed it or b) was doubtful but anyways went along because they felt intimidated. Specific conflicts which seem to have been concocted, whether you believe the contact did so independently, under suggestion unaware to them, under any degree of coercion, which type of coercion you feel may have been involved, etc. Whether you tried to describe the harassment to the contact, and if so, how they reacted to it: a) they largely believed you and did not direct you to a mental hospital, b) they appear to have believed you but directed you to a mental hospital anyways, c) they did not believe you or were exceedingly sceptical but did not suggest you were mentally ill, d) they did not believe you and suggested to seek help for mental problems. How you reacted to their response to efforts to explain the organized stalking, etc. Any target phrases, sensitization, slander, or other forms of harassment that the contact engaged in.

  3. Ruined relationships. Which contact, friend, etc. The causes of the relationship going sour -- specify the stated cause and what you believe to be the real cause. Slander being used to sour the relationship, and whether you believe that the contact a) believed it or b) was doubtful but anyways went along because they felt intimidated. Specific conflicts which seem to have been concocted, whether you believe the contact did so independently, under suggestion unaware to them, under any degree of coercion, which type of coercion you feel may have been involved, etc. Whether you tried to describe the harassment to the contact, and if so, how they reacted to it: a) they largely believed you and did not direct you to a mental hospital, b) they appear to have believed you but directed you to a mental hospital anyways, c) they did not believe you or were exceedingly sceptical but did not suggest you were mentally ill, d) they did not believe you and suggested to seek help for mental problems. How you reacted to their response to efforts to explain the organized stalking, etc. Any target phrases, sensitization, slander, or other forms of harassment that the contact engaged in.

  4. Ruined relationships. Which contact, friend, etc. The causes of the relationship going sour -- specify the stated cause and what you believe to be the real cause. Slander being used to sour the relationship, and whether you believe that the contact a) believed it or b) was doubtful but anyways went along because they felt intimidated. Specific conflicts which seem to have been concocted, whether you believe the contact did so independently, under suggestion unaware to them, under any degree of coercion, which type of coercion you feel may have been involved, etc. Whether you tried to describe the harassment to the contact, and if so, how they reacted to it: a) they largely believed you and did not direct you to a mental hospital, b) they appear to have believed you but directed you to a mental hospital anyways, c) they did not believe you or were exceedingly sceptical but did not suggest you were mentally ill, d) they did not believe you and suggested to seek help for mental problems. How you reacted to their response to efforts to explain the organized stalking, etc. Any target phrases, sensitization, slander, or other forms of harassment that the contact engaged in.

  5. Ruined relationships. Which contact, friend, etc. The causes of the relationship going sour -- specify the stated cause and what you believe to be the real cause. Slander being used to sour the relationship, and whether you believe that the contact a) believed it or b) was doubtful but anyways went along because they felt intimidated. Specific conflicts which seem to have been concocted, whether you believe the contact did so independently, under suggestion unaware to them, under any degree of coercion, which type of coercion you feel may have been involved, etc. Whether you tried to describe the harassment to the contact, and if so, how they reacted to it: a) they largely believed you and did not direct you to a mental hospital, b) they appear to have believed you but directed you to a mental hospital anyways, c) they did not believe you or were exceedingly sceptical but did not suggest you were mentally ill, d) they did not believe you and suggested to seek help for mental problems. How you reacted to their response to efforts to explain the organized stalking, etc. Any target phrases, sensitization, slander, or other forms of harassment that the contact engaged in.

  6. Ruined relationships. Which contact, friend, etc. The causes of the relationship going sour -- specify the stated cause and what you believe to be the real cause. Slander being used to sour the relationship, and whether you believe that the contact a) believed it or b) was doubtful but anyways went along because they felt intimidated. Specific conflicts which seem to have been concocted, whether you believe the contact did so independently, under suggestion unaware to them, under any degree of coercion, which type of coercion you feel may have been involved, etc. Whether you tried to describe the harassment to the contact, and if so, how they reacted to it: a) they largely believed you and did not direct you to a mental hospital, b) they appear to have believed you but directed you to a mental hospital anyways, c) they did not believe you or were exceedingly sceptical but did not suggest you were mentally ill, d) they did not believe you and suggested to seek help for mental problems. How you reacted to their response to efforts to explain the organized stalking, etc. Any target phrases, sensitization, slander, or other forms of harassment that the contact engaged in.

  7. Ruined relationships. Which contact, friend, etc. The causes of the relationship going sour -- specify the stated cause and what you believe to be the real cause. Slander being used to sour the relationship, and whether you believe that the contact a) believed it or b) was doubtful but anyways went along because they felt intimidated. Specific conflicts which seem to have been concocted, whether you believe the contact did so independently, under suggestion unaware to them, under any degree of coercion, which type of coercion you feel may have been involved, etc. Whether you tried to describe the harassment to the contact, and if so, how they reacted to it: a) they largely believed you and did not direct you to a mental hospital, b) they appear to have believed you but directed you to a mental hospital anyways, c) they did not believe you or were exceedingly sceptical but did not suggest you were mentally ill, d) they did not believe you and suggested to seek help for mental problems. How you reacted to their response to efforts to explain the organized stalking, etc. Any target phrases, sensitization, slander, or other forms of harassment that the contact engaged in.

  8. Ruined relationships. Which contact, friend, etc. The causes of the relationship going sour -- specify the stated cause and what you believe to be the real cause. Slander being used to sour the relationship, and whether you believe that the contact a) believed it or b) was doubtful but anyways went along because they felt intimidated. Specific conflicts which seem to have been concocted, whether you believe the contact did so independently, under suggestion unaware to them, under any degree of coercion, which type of coercion you feel may have been involved, etc. Whether you tried to describe the harassment to the contact, and if so, how they reacted to it: a) they largely believed you and did not direct you to a mental hospital, b) they appear to have believed you but directed you to a mental hospital anyways, c) they did not believe you or were exceedingly sceptical but did not suggest you were mentally ill, d) they did not believe you and suggested to seek help for mental problems. How you reacted to their response to efforts to explain the organized stalking, etc. Any target phrases, sensitization, slander, or other forms of harassment that the contact engaged in.

2.23: Public rudeness

Rude stares, bumps or unexpected actions or talk from people you do not know or strange chat from strangers, or other behaviours that are known to be offensive or bothersome to the targeted individual. Considering that none of these things are altogether uncommon, please focus on particularly notable instances, and explain the reason that the instance was particularly notable. For instance, there was a completely empty sidewalk, but someone almost walks into you. You are walking down the road minding your own business, in a safe part of town where this is rare, and someone gives you very dirty looks and perhaps mutters some insulting things to you. Etc.

  1. Public rudeness. Time and date. Place. Assuming it's a stranger, a basic description of the individual: were they dressed as a homeless person, a business person, a sports fan, a rapper, a mother with children, etc. The specific incident. Why it stood out to you. Whether many similar events occurred (and whether or not specified in other instances, perhaps not referring to other instances because they were less memorable for whatever reason, perhaps in relation to sleep deprivation or because they occurred in the midst of a heightened attack or period of intensely heightened stress due to other psychological torture and harassment events occurring at that time).

  2. Public rudeness. Time and date. Place. Assuming it's a stranger, a basic description of the individual: were they dressed as a homeless person, a business person, a sports fan, a rapper, a mother with children, etc. The specific incident. Why it stood out to you. Whether many similar events occurred (and whether or not specified in other instances, perhaps not referring to other instances because they were less memorable for whatever reason, perhaps in relation to sleep deprivation or because they occurred in the midst of a heightened attack or period of intensely heightened stress due to other psychological torture and harassment events occurring at that time).

  3. Public rudeness. Time and date. Place. Assuming it's a stranger, a basic description of the individual: were they dressed as a homeless person, a business person, a sports fan, a rapper, a mother with children, etc. The specific incident. Why it stood out to you. Whether many similar events occurred (and whether or not specified in other instances, perhaps not referring to other instances because they were less memorable for whatever reason, perhaps in relation to sleep deprivation or because they occurred in the midst of a heightened attack or period of intensely heightened stress due to other psychological torture and harassment events occurring at that time).

  4. Public rudeness. Time and date. Place. Assuming it's a stranger, a basic description of the individual: were they dressed as a homeless person, a business person, a sports fan, a rapper, a mother with children, etc. The specific incident. Why it stood out to you. Whether many similar events occurred (and whether or not specified in other instances, perhaps not referring to other instances because they were less memorable for whatever reason, perhaps in relation to sleep deprivation or because they occurred in the midst of a heightened attack or period of intensely heightened stress due to other psychological torture and harassment events occurring at that time).

  5. Public rudeness. Time and date. Place. Assuming it's a stranger, a basic description of the individual: were they dressed as a homeless person, a business person, a sports fan, a rapper, a mother with children, etc. The specific incident. Why it stood out to you. Whether many similar events occurred (and whether or not specified in other instances, perhaps not referring to other instances because they were less memorable for whatever reason, perhaps in relation to sleep deprivation or because they occurred in the midst of a heightened attack or period of intensely heightened stress due to other psychological torture and harassment events occurring at that time).

  6. Public rudeness. Time and date. Place. Assuming it's a stranger, a basic description of the individual: were they dressed as a homeless person, a business person, a sports fan, a rapper, a mother with children, etc. The specific incident. Why it stood out to you. Whether many similar events occurred (and whether or not specified in other instances, perhaps not referring to other instances because they were less memorable for whatever reason, perhaps in relation to sleep deprivation or because they occurred in the midst of a heightened attack or period of intensely heightened stress due to other psychological torture and harassment events occurring at that time).

2.24: Being directed into controlled situations

Efforts to recruit you into some particular activity or event, perhaps meeting someone who has (what turns out to be suspiciously) similar interests, or invites you to events out of the blue which are suspiciously aligned with your specific interests - after which point in time their control over the venue will serve to continue with more subtle forms of the above, in addition to more calculated efforts contributing the process of establishing control over the targeted individual, to brainwash the target, in short. In the case of multiple suspicious events with the same individual, please report these as one event. If there were multiple suspicious people at the same event, also report this as one event. However, if you met multiple suspicious people at the same event and ultimately communicated with these people at a later date, report this as one event for each individual (in each case referring to the same event).

  1. Controlled situations. Who you met (an approximate description such as city, declared profession, age, hair colour, family situation, what neighbourhood they live in, etc.). When you met them. Where you met them. The circumstances of the first meeting, whether introduced by someone (introduced by whom) or a "random" meeting. The specific interests, etc., which might be suspiciously "coincidental". Events or activities they invited you to perfectly matched your interests, what you were looking for, etc. Whether those events transpired in a normal manner, or whether it proved to be a disappointment for actually being unrelated, or may have been set up in a manner to specifically disappoint you about certain things, whether an assault on your identity might have been experienced at that event, extensive rudeness beyond anything normal, people who seemed very polite and nice but in fact said lots of things which were targeted to an assault on your identity, values, preferences, etc. Whether there was a presence of many specific things you were known to like or dislike, whether known pet peeves or irritants were common at the event, etc. Any other comments regarding the relationship with the individual or events in question which you feel are worth mentioning.

  2. Controlled situations. Who you met (an approximate description such as city, declared profession, age, hair colour, family situation, what neighbourhood they live in, etc.). When you met them. Where you met them. The circumstances of the first meeting, whether introduced by someone (introduced by whom) or a "random" meeting. The specific interests, etc., which might be suspiciously "coincidental". Events or activities they invited you to perfectly matched your interests, what you were looking for, etc. Whether those events transpired in a normal manner, or whether it proved to be a disappointment for actually being unrelated, or may have been set up in a manner to specifically disappoint you about certain things, whether an assault on your identity might have been experienced at that event, extensive rudeness beyond anything normal, people who seemed very polite and nice but in fact said lots of things which were targeted to an assault on your identity, values, preferences, etc. Whether there was a presence of many specific things you were known to like or dislike, whether known pet peeves or irritants were common at the event, etc. Any other comments regarding the relationship with the individual or events in question which you feel are worth mentioning.

  3. Controlled situations. Who you met (an approximate description such as city, declared profession, age, hair colour, family situation, what neighbourhood they live in, etc.). When you met them. Where you met them. The circumstances of the first meeting, whether introduced by someone (introduced by whom) or a "random" meeting. The specific interests, etc., which might be suspiciously "coincidental". Events or activities they invited you to perfectly matched your interests, what you were looking for, etc. Whether those events transpired in a normal manner, or whether it proved to be a disappointment for actually being unrelated, or may have been set up in a manner to specifically disappoint you about certain things, whether an assault on your identity might have been experienced at that event, extensive rudeness beyond anything normal, people who seemed very polite and nice but in fact said lots of things which were targeted to an assault on your identity, values, preferences, etc. Whether there was a presence of many specific things you were known to like or dislike, whether known pet peeves or irritants were common at the event, etc. Any other comments regarding the relationship with the individual or events in question which you feel are worth mentioning.

  4. Controlled situations. Who you met (an approximate description such as city, declared profession, age, hair colour, family situation, what neighbourhood they live in, etc.). When you met them. Where you met them. The circumstances of the first meeting, whether introduced by someone (introduced by whom) or a "random" meeting. The specific interests, etc., which might be suspiciously "coincidental". Events or activities they invited you to perfectly matched your interests, what you were looking for, etc. Whether those events transpired in a normal manner, or whether it proved to be a disappointment for actually being unrelated, or may have been set up in a manner to specifically disappoint you about certain things, whether an assault on your identity might have been experienced at that event, extensive rudeness beyond anything normal, people who seemed very polite and nice but in fact said lots of things which were targeted to an assault on your identity, values, preferences, etc. Whether there was a presence of many specific things you were known to like or dislike, whether known pet peeves or irritants were common at the event, etc. Any other comments regarding the relationship with the individual or events in question which you feel are worth mentioning.

  5. Controlled situations. Who you met (an approximate description such as city, declared profession, age, hair colour, family situation, what neighbourhood they live in, etc.). When you met them. Where you met them. The circumstances of the first meeting, whether introduced by someone (introduced by whom) or a "random" meeting. The specific interests, etc., which might be suspiciously "coincidental". Events or activities they invited you to perfectly matched your interests, what you were looking for, etc. Whether those events transpired in a normal manner, or whether it proved to be a disappointment for actually being unrelated, or may have been set up in a manner to specifically disappoint you about certain things, whether an assault on your identity might have been experienced at that event, extensive rudeness beyond anything normal, people who seemed very polite and nice but in fact said lots of things which were targeted to an assault on your identity, values, preferences, etc. Whether there was a presence of many specific things you were known to like or dislike, whether known pet peeves or irritants were common at the event, etc. Any other comments regarding the relationship with the individual or events in question which you feel are worth mentioning.

  6. Controlled situations. Who you met (an approximate description such as city, declared profession, age, hair colour, family situation, what neighbourhood they live in, etc.). When you met them. Where you met them. The circumstances of the first meeting, whether introduced by someone (introduced by whom) or a "random" meeting. The specific interests, etc., which might be suspiciously "coincidental". Events or activities they invited you to perfectly matched your interests, what you were looking for, etc. Whether those events transpired in a normal manner, or whether it proved to be a disappointment for actually being unrelated, or may have been set up in a manner to specifically disappoint you about certain things, whether an assault on your identity might have been experienced at that event, extensive rudeness beyond anything normal, people who seemed very polite and nice but in fact said lots of things which were targeted to an assault on your identity, values, preferences, etc. Whether there was a presence of many specific things you were known to like or dislike, whether known pet peeves or irritants were common at the event, etc. Any other comments regarding the relationship with the individual or events in question which you feel are worth mentioning.

  7. Controlled situations. Who you met (an approximate description such as city, declared profession, age, hair colour, family situation, what neighbourhood they live in, etc.). When you met them. Where you met them. The circumstances of the first meeting, whether introduced by someone (introduced by whom) or a "random" meeting. The specific interests, etc., which might be suspiciously "coincidental". Events or activities they invited you to perfectly matched your interests, what you were looking for, etc. Whether those events transpired in a normal manner, or whether it proved to be a disappointment for actually being unrelated, or may have been set up in a manner to specifically disappoint you about certain things, whether an assault on your identity might have been experienced at that event, extensive rudeness beyond anything normal, people who seemed very polite and nice but in fact said lots of things which were targeted to an assault on your identity, values, preferences, etc. Whether there was a presence of many specific things you were known to like or dislike, whether known pet peeves or irritants were common at the event, etc. Any other comments regarding the relationship with the individual or events in question which you feel are worth mentioning.

  8. Controlled situations. Who you met (an approximate description such as city, declared profession, age, hair colour, family situation, what neighbourhood they live in, etc.). When you met them. Where you met them. The circumstances of the first meeting, whether introduced by someone (introduced by whom) or a "random" meeting. The specific interests, etc., which might be suspiciously "coincidental". Events or activities they invited you to perfectly matched your interests, what you were looking for, etc. Whether those events transpired in a normal manner, or whether it proved to be a disappointment for actually being unrelated, or may have been set up in a manner to specifically disappoint you about certain things, whether an assault on your identity might have been experienced at that event, extensive rudeness beyond anything normal, people who seemed very polite and nice but in fact said lots of things which were targeted to an assault on your identity, values, preferences, etc. Whether there was a presence of many specific things you were known to like or dislike, whether known pet peeves or irritants were common at the event, etc. Any other comments regarding the relationship with the individual or events in question which you feel are worth mentioning.

2.25: Whether you became a participant in the organized stalking

...either intentionally, or in retrospect that some of your actions may have contributed to organized stalking effects on others (for example being driven into hate or irritation with some other person and ending up spreading lies, rumours, slander, etc. about them, or intentionally doing things which may have been part of a broader campaign against them). Whether any attempt was made to try to convince you that you are ALREADY involved in organized stalking, how this message was portrayed, whether you believed it and/or for how long you might have believed it. Whether you are still involved in organized stalking whether intentionally as a result of brainwashing or coercion, or as a matter of considering the situation that your actions towards some contacts or persons in your community may in fact be contributing to an organized stalking activity against that individual that you may not previously have viewed in such terms.

  1. Participation with organized stalking, electronic harassment with/without RNM. The targeted individuals you know the identity of, or can otherwise identify as a matter of where they work, live, via a description of the individual, their habits, etc.

  2. Participation with organized stalking, electronic harassment with/without RNM. The targeted individuals you know the identity of, or can otherwise identify as a matter of where they work, live, via a description of the individual, their habits, etc.

  3. Participation with organized stalking, electronic harassment with/without RNM. The targeted individuals you know the identity of, or can otherwise identify as a matter of where they work, live, via a description of the individual, their habits, etc.

  4. Participation with organized stalking, electronic harassment with/without RNM. The targeted individuals you know the identity of, or can otherwise identify as a matter of where they work, live, via a description of the individual, their habits, etc.

Brainwashing and conditioning

2.26: Triggers and associations that you have noticed

Have you established connections between triggers, signals, words, gestures, etc., used to elicit involuntary movements, involuntary physiological processes such as needing to pee, poop, sexual stimulation, etc., reminders of certain thoughts or memories (whether planted or real). First, specify the assumed trigger/stimulus association. Then, in consideration of the ability of remote influence on the brain and physiological processes, whether you believe this to be a) "classic conditioning", b) "classic conditioning later supported by remote influencing technologies", or c) the effect is primarily achieved by remote influencing means and the appearance of various triggers may be to hide the application of remote influencing technologies. Also, whether the trigger may initially have been "classic conditioning" and remote influencing technologies may later have been applied/transferred as the stimulus, perhaps through mimicking the associated brain patterns. Also, whether these effects were combined in the process of brainwashing.

Please bear in mind that some of these revelations are liable to be embarrassing, but that disclosure may assist in revealing the true nature of the highly invasive crimes geared towards domination over the individual. You were not the only one. Far from it.

  1. Conditioned stimuli. The elicited response (e.g., involuntary movement, involuntary thought process). The trigger (sounds, gestures, colours, images, etc., or remote influencing). Whether the trigger was initially primarily using "conventional" approaches and later transferred to remote influencing technologies. Whether the conditioned response was associated with brainwashing, for example to promote a planted memory, or to elicit good/bad responses in association with certain behaviours, views, etc. If associated with thought or behaviour reform (including planted memories), which view/behaviour/memory you believe they wanted to eliminate and which view/behaviour/memory you believe they wanted to instil into you. If there was a progression of attack from rather more "traditional" means towards remote influencing technologies, try to describe the transition in some detail. The approximate date this began, when you think it may have been transferred to remote influencing means, and whether this specific stimulus-response pattern is still be applied (if so, whether it seems to be generally for the matter of establishing control, or aiming for a specific type of thought/behaviour reform). Any other comments you think are relevant.

  2. Conditioned stimuli. The elicited response (e.g., involuntary movement, involuntary thought process). The trigger (sounds, gestures, colours, images, etc., or remote influencing). Whether the trigger was initially primarily using "conventional" approaches and later transferred to remote influencing technologies. Whether the conditioned response was associated with brainwashing, for example to promote a planted memory, or to elicit good/bad responses in association with certain behaviours, views, etc. If associated with thought or behaviour reform (including planted memories), which view/behaviour/memory you believe they wanted to eliminate and which view/behaviour/memory you believe they wanted to instil into you. If there was a progression of attack from rather more "traditional" means towards remote influencing technologies, try to describe the transition in some detail. The approximate date this began, when you think it may have been transferred to remote influencing means, and whether this specific stimulus-response pattern is still be applied (if so, whether it seems to be generally for the matter of establishing control, or aiming for a specific type of thought/behaviour reform). Any other comments you think are relevant.

  3. Conditioned stimuli. The elicited response (e.g., involuntary movement, involuntary thought process). The trigger (sounds, gestures, colours, images, etc., or remote influencing). Whether the trigger was initially primarily using "conventional" approaches and later transferred to remote influencing technologies. Whether the conditioned response was associated with brainwashing, for example to promote a planted memory, or to elicit good/bad responses in association with certain behaviours, views, etc. If associated with thought or behaviour reform (including planted memories), which view/behaviour/memory you believe they wanted to eliminate and which view/behaviour/memory you believe they wanted to instil into you. If there was a progression of attack from rather more "traditional" means towards remote influencing technologies, try to describe the transition in some detail. The approximate date this began, when you think it may have been transferred to remote influencing means, and whether this specific stimulus-response pattern is still be applied (if so, whether it seems to be generally for the matter of establishing control, or aiming for a specific type of thought/behaviour reform). Any other comments you think are relevant.

  4. Conditioned stimuli. The elicited response (e.g., involuntary movement, involuntary thought process). The trigger (sounds, gestures, colours, images, etc., or remote influencing). Whether the trigger was initially primarily using "conventional" approaches and later transferred to remote influencing technologies. Whether the conditioned response was associated with brainwashing, for example to promote a planted memory, or to elicit good/bad responses in association with certain behaviours, views, etc. If associated with thought or behaviour reform (including planted memories), which view/behaviour/memory you believe they wanted to eliminate and which view/behaviour/memory you believe they wanted to instil into you. If there was a progression of attack from rather more "traditional" means towards remote influencing technologies, try to describe the transition in some detail. The approximate date this began, when you think it may have been transferred to remote influencing means, and whether this specific stimulus-response pattern is still be applied (if so, whether it seems to be generally for the matter of establishing control, or aiming for a specific type of thought/behaviour reform). Any other comments you think are relevant.

  5. Conditioned stimuli. The elicited response (e.g., involuntary movement, involuntary thought process). The trigger (sounds, gestures, colours, images, etc., or remote influencing). Whether the trigger was initially primarily using "conventional" approaches and later transferred to remote influencing technologies. Whether the conditioned response was associated with brainwashing, for example to promote a planted memory, or to elicit good/bad responses in association with certain behaviours, views, etc. If associated with thought or behaviour reform (including planted memories), which view/behaviour/memory you believe they wanted to eliminate and which view/behaviour/memory you believe they wanted to instil into you. If there was a progression of attack from rather more "traditional" means towards remote influencing technologies, try to describe the transition in some detail. The approximate date this began, when you think it may have been transferred to remote influencing means, and whether this specific stimulus-response pattern is still be applied (if so, whether it seems to be generally for the matter of establishing control, or aiming for a specific type of thought/behaviour reform). Any other comments you think are relevant.

  6. Conditioned stimuli. The elicited response (e.g., involuntary movement, involuntary thought process). The trigger (sounds, gestures, colours, images, etc., or remote influencing). Whether the trigger was initially primarily using "conventional" approaches and later transferred to remote influencing technologies. Whether the conditioned response was associated with brainwashing, for example to promote a planted memory, or to elicit good/bad responses in association with certain behaviours, views, etc. If associated with thought or behaviour reform (including planted memories), which view/behaviour/memory you believe they wanted to eliminate and which view/behaviour/memory you believe they wanted to instil into you. If there was a progression of attack from rather more "traditional" means towards remote influencing technologies, try to describe the transition in some detail. The approximate date this began, when you think it may have been transferred to remote influencing means, and whether this specific stimulus-response pattern is still be applied (if so, whether it seems to be generally for the matter of establishing control, or aiming for a specific type of thought/behaviour reform). Any other comments you think are relevant.

2.27: Attack on your identity

Specific aspects of your personality, values, preferences, etc., under attack. This may be as trivial as "I don't like mushrooms and too many places had specials with mushrooms" or as serious as "I speak freely about a specific social issue, and efforts were made to convince me and/or other people that people who work on that issue are terrorists or a threat to society."

  1. Specific aspects of personality, values, preferences, etc., under attack. Situations where this was under attack (time, place, description of perpetrators, etc.). How this attack was perpetrated (e.g., directed conversations including insults and negative innuendo, directly confronted including insults and innuendo, media outlets you frequent having innuendo to make it seem plausible that people like you are likely to be pro-terrorist, etc. Whether death threats, threats of eternal psychological torture, etc. were issued to coerce you to change your views, etc. Whether ongoing.

    Groups or interests you were led to believe were responsible for wanting to force such thought/behaviour reform, including various guesses over time. Whether you now realize that many explanations are sufficiently implausible that obviously someone was planting/suggesting irrational explanations so you would discredit yourself. In retrospect, which organization(s) and/or interest(s) would have a) the desire to, and b) perhaps the ability to, implement such an attack, and whether this seems consistent with their world view, known history, values, etc. -- or how/why you think such a group might have been manipulated by a third party to be "useful idiots" in accepting this as a way to achieve ideological and/or political objectives. In short, an invitation to speculation. Please be explicit in the speculative and/or guessing nature of this part of the response, unless you have very persuasive argumentation or descriptions of your experiences which cannot be attributed to "false flag" type operations where you may have been misled to pointing fingers in the wrong direction.

  2. Specific aspects of personality, values, preferences, etc., under attack. Situations where this was under attack (time, place, description of perpetrators, etc.). How this attack was perpetrated (e.g., directed conversations including insults and negative innuendo, directly confronted including insults and innuendo, media outlets you frequent having innuendo to make it seem plausible that people like you are likely to be pro-terrorist, etc. Whether death threats, threats of eternal psychological torture, etc. were issued to coerce you to change your views, etc. Whether ongoing.

    Groups or interests you were led to believe were responsible for wanting to force such thought/behaviour reform, including various guesses over time. Whether you now realize that many explanations are sufficiently implausible that obviously someone was planting/suggesting irrational explanations so you would discredit yourself. In retrospect, which organization(s) and/or interest(s) would have a) the desire to, and b) perhaps the ability to, implement such an attack, and whether this seems consistent with their world view, known history, values, etc. -- or how/why you think such a group might have been manipulated by a third party to be "useful idiots" in accepting this as a way to achieve ideological and/or political objectives. In short, an invitation to speculation. Please be explicit in the speculative and/or guessing nature of this part of the response, unless you have very persuasive argumentation or descriptions of your experiences which cannot be attributed to "false flag" type operations where you may have been misled to pointing fingers in the wrong direction

  3. Specific aspects of personality, values, preferences, etc., under attack. Situations where this was under attack (time, place, description of perpetrators, etc.). How this attack was perpetrated (e.g., directed conversations including insults and negative innuendo, directly confronted including insults and innuendo, media outlets you frequent having innuendo to make it seem plausible that people like you are likely to be pro-terrorist, etc. Whether death threats, threats of eternal psychological torture, etc. were issued to coerce you to change your views, etc. Whether ongoing.

    Groups or interests you were led to believe were responsible for wanting to force such thought/behaviour reform, including various guesses over time. Whether you now realize that many explanations are sufficiently implausible that obviously someone was planting/suggesting irrational explanations so you would discredit yourself. In retrospect, which organization(s) and/or interest(s) would have a) the desire to, and b) perhaps the ability to, implement such an attack, and whether this seems consistent with their world view, known history, values, etc. -- or how/why you think such a group might have been manipulated by a third party to be "useful idiots" in accepting this as a way to achieve ideological and/or political objectives. In short, an invitation to speculation. Please be explicit in the speculative and/or guessing nature of this part of the response, unless you have very persuasive argumentation or descriptions of your experiences which cannot be attributed to "false flag" type operations where you may have been misled to pointing fingers in the wrong direction

  4. Specific aspects of personality, values, preferences, etc., under attack. Situations where this was under attack (time, place, description of perpetrators, etc.). How this attack was perpetrated (e.g., directed conversations including insults and negative innuendo, directly confronted including insults and innuendo, media outlets you frequent having innuendo to make it seem plausible that people like you are likely to be pro-terrorist, etc. Whether death threats, threats of eternal psychological torture, etc. were issued to coerce you to change your views, etc. Whether ongoing.

    Groups or interests you were led to believe were responsible for wanting to force such thought/behaviour reform, including various guesses over time. Whether you now realize that many explanations are sufficiently implausible that obviously someone was planting/suggesting irrational explanations so you would discredit yourself. In retrospect, which organization(s) and/or interest(s) would have a) the desire to, and b) perhaps the ability to, implement such an attack, and whether this seems consistent with their world view, known history, values, etc. -- or how/why you think such a group might have been manipulated by a third party to be "useful idiots" in accepting this as a way to achieve ideological and/or political objectives. In short, an invitation to speculation. Please be explicit in the speculative and/or guessing nature of this part of the response, unless you have very persuasive argumentation or descriptions of your experiences which cannot be attributed to "false flag" type operations where you may have been misled to pointing fingers in the wrong direction

  5. Specific aspects of personality, values, preferences, etc., under attack. Situations where this was under attack (time, place, description of perpetrators, etc.). How this attack was perpetrated (e.g., directed conversations including insults and negative innuendo, directly confronted including insults and innuendo, media outlets you frequent having innuendo to make it seem plausible that people like you are likely to be pro-terrorist, etc. Whether death threats, threats of eternal psychological torture, etc. were issued to coerce you to change your views, etc. Whether ongoing.

    Groups or interests you were led to believe were responsible for wanting to force such thought/behaviour reform, including various guesses over time. Whether you now realize that many explanations are sufficiently implausible that obviously someone was planting/suggesting irrational explanations so you would discredit yourself. In retrospect, which organization(s) and/or interest(s) would have a) the desire to, and b) perhaps the ability to, implement such an attack, and whether this seems consistent with their world view, known history, values, etc. -- or how/why you think such a group might have been manipulated by a third party to be "useful idiots" in accepting this as a way to achieve ideological and/or political objectives. In short, an invitation to speculation. Please be explicit in the speculative and/or guessing nature of this part of the response, unless you have very persuasive argumentation or descriptions of your experiences which cannot be attributed to "false flag" type operations where you may have been misled to pointing fingers in the wrong direction

  6. Specific aspects of personality, values, preferences, etc., under attack. Situations where this was under attack (time, place, description of perpetrators, etc.). How this attack was perpetrated (e.g., directed conversations including insults and negative innuendo, directly confronted including insults and innuendo, media outlets you frequent having innuendo to make it seem plausible that people like you are likely to be pro-terrorist, etc. Whether death threats, threats of eternal psychological torture, etc. were issued to coerce you to change your views, etc. Whether ongoing.

    Groups or interests you were led to believe were responsible for wanting to force such thought/behaviour reform, including various guesses over time. Whether you now realize that many explanations are sufficiently implausible that obviously someone was planting/suggesting irrational explanations so you would discredit yourself. In retrospect, which organization(s) and/or interest(s) would have a) the desire to, and b) perhaps the ability to, implement such an attack, and whether this seems consistent with their world view, known history, values, etc. -- or how/why you think such a group might have been manipulated by a third party to be "useful idiots" in accepting this as a way to achieve ideological and/or political objectives. In short, an invitation to speculation. Please be explicit in the speculative and/or guessing nature of this part of the response, unless you have very persuasive argumentation or descriptions of your experiences which cannot be attributed to "false flag" type operations where you may have been misled to pointing fingers in the wrong direction

  7. Specific aspects of personality, values, preferences, etc., under attack. Situations where this was under attack (time, place, description of perpetrators, etc.). How this attack was perpetrated (e.g., directed conversations including insults and negative innuendo, directly confronted including insults and innuendo, media outlets you frequent having innuendo to make it seem plausible that people like you are likely to be pro-terrorist, etc. Whether death threats, threats of eternal psychological torture, etc. were issued to coerce you to change your views, etc. Whether ongoing.

    Groups or interests you were led to believe were responsible for wanting to force such thought/behaviour reform, including various guesses over time. Whether you now realize that many explanations are sufficiently implausible that obviously someone was planting/suggesting irrational explanations so you would discredit yourself. In retrospect, which organization(s) and/or interest(s) would have a) the desire to, and b) perhaps the ability to, implement such an attack, and whether this seems consistent with their world view, known history, values, etc. -- or how/why you think such a group might have been manipulated by a third party to be "useful idiots" in accepting this as a way to achieve ideological and/or political objectives. In short, an invitation to speculation. Please be explicit in the speculative and/or guessing nature of this part of the response, unless you have very persuasive argumentation or descriptions of your experiences which cannot be attributed to "false flag" type operations where you may have been misled to pointing fingers in the wrong direction

  8. Specific aspects of personality, values, preferences, etc., under attack. Situations where this was under attack (time, place, description of perpetrators, etc.). How this attack was perpetrated (e.g., directed conversations including insults and negative innuendo, directly confronted including insults and innuendo, media outlets you frequent having innuendo to make it seem plausible that people like you are likely to be pro-terrorist, etc. Whether death threats, threats of eternal psychological torture, etc. were issued to coerce you to change your views, etc. Whether ongoing.

    Groups or interests you were led to believe were responsible for wanting to force such thought/behaviour reform, including various guesses over time. Whether you now realize that many explanations are sufficiently implausible that obviously someone was planting/suggesting irrational explanations so you would discredit yourself. In retrospect, which organization(s) and/or interest(s) would have a) the desire to, and b) perhaps the ability to, implement such an attack, and whether this seems consistent with their world view, known history, values, etc. -- or how/why you think such a group might have been manipulated by a third party to be "useful idiots" in accepting this as a way to achieve ideological and/or political objectives. In short, an invitation to speculation. Please be explicit in the speculative and/or guessing nature of this part of the response, unless you have very persuasive argumentation or descriptions of your experiences which cannot be attributed to "false flag" type operations where you may have been misled to pointing fingers in the wrong direction

2.28: Specific aspects of reform of your identity

Specific values, behaviours, preferences, etc. that they were trying to indoctrinate into you, coerce you into being sympathetic to, etc. The extent to which this was or was not consistent with your previous values, behaviours, etc. (for identifying the extent to which thought reform was required). Some examples may include: 1) If you were previous fairly racist it might be easier to brainwash you into Nazi values than if you had always been highly respectful of different cultures, ethnicities, etc.; 2) If you were always annoyed by environmentalists and didn't really care about the environment, it might be easier to brainwash you to believe that environmentalists are terrorists than if you had always been a peacenik hippie tree hugger; 3) if you had always been sexually attracted to 16 year olds (which, I believe, is rather natural, in consideration of the fact that they are perfectly capable of child bearing and are essentially sexually mature, although not all bone growth is completed by that age) it might be somewhat easier to brainwash you into believing that you had a natural sexual attraction to 12 year olds or 8 year olds, than if you had always based your romantic attraction on personality or if you staunchly believed that intellectual maturity is a prerequisite to proper consent in sexual activity.

This is likely to be achieved at least in part by positive and negative conditioning, in addition to more obvious (perhaps) efforts to openly communicate that the new value is desirable (perhaps even mandatory!), or at the very least acceptable. This involves a positive elicited association (pleasure) that has been conditioned into you to be associated with the desired new value, behaviour, preference, etc., and may include a negative elicited association (pain, discomfort, embarrassment) in instances where you fail to adopt the new ways that you are being asked (demanded, coerced) to submit to.

The extent to which you believe this conditioning and brainwashing process to reform your values, preferences, behaviour, etc., has had an effect. For example: 1) You never used to be racist or disrespect vulnerable populations, but now you have negative associations with other races or vulnerable populations and you are CERTAIN that this is not a matter of this perspective being remotely introduced by those who are monitoring you. 2) You used to be highly concerned about animal rights, but now when related subjects come up you are extremely irritated, generally indifferent, or perhaps viewing such concerns as "weak", for weak-minded people who suffer from the weakness of compassion (which tends to prevent us from becoming monsters, by the way).

  1. The specific value, behaviour, preference, etc., they were trying to condition and brainwash into you. Words, gestures, colours, images, elicited emotional or physiological associations, etc., that were used for positive associations with the new way. Words, gestures, colours, images, elicited emotional or physiological associations, etc., that were used as negative associations for failing to adopt the new way. Whether remote influencing technologies later came to be applied for similar ends. Approximately when you became of the effort to brainwash the specific change into you (and whether, in retrospect, it had been going on for some time). Approximately when methods of coercion or thought reform changed (and how they changed). The intensity of the effort at thought reform, for example, how many times per minute/hour/day/week were which types of positive stimulus applied for this specific item of reform -- also, the approximate number of people involved, separating out different stages, with a focus on particularly intense periods of organized stalking and electronic harassment for the purpose of brainwashing you, as contrasted from less intense periods.

    Describe your experience in moments where you started to crack, believing the reformed you was the "real you", the "better you", that it had always been you but you didn't realize it, etc.

    Finally, the extent to which you believe this conditioning and brainwashing process to reform your values, preferences, behaviour, etc., has impacted your present self.

  2. The specific value, behaviour, preference, etc., they were trying to condition and brainwash into you. Words, gestures, colours, images, elicited emotional or physiological associations, etc., that were used for positive associations with the new way. Words, gestures, colours, images, elicited emotional or physiological associations, etc., that were used as negative associations for failing to adopt the new way. Whether remote influencing technologies later came to be applied for similar ends. Approximately when you became of the effort to brainwash the specific change into you (and whether, in retrospect, it had been going on for some time). Approximately when methods of coercion or thought reform changed (and how they changed). The intensity of the effort at thought reform, for example, how many times per minute/hour/day/week were which types of positive stimulus applied for this specific item of reform -- also, the approximate number of people involved, separating out different stages, with a focus on particularly intense periods of organized stalking and electronic harassment for the purpose of brainwashing you, as contrasted from less intense periods.

    Describe your experience in moments where you started to crack, believing the reformed you was the "real you", the "better you", that it had always been you but you didn't realize it, etc.

    Finally, the extent to which you believe this conditioning and brainwashing process to reform your values, preferences, behaviour, etc., has impacted your present self.

  3. The specific value, behaviour, preference, etc., they were trying to condition and brainwash into you. Words, gestures, colours, images, elicited emotional or physiological associations, etc., that were used for positive associations with the new way. Words, gestures, colours, images, elicited emotional or physiological associations, etc., that were used as negative associations for failing to adopt the new way. Whether remote influencing technologies later came to be applied for similar ends. Approximately when you became of the effort to brainwash the specific change into you (and whether, in retrospect, it had been going on for some time). Approximately when methods of coercion or thought reform changed (and how they changed). The intensity of the effort at thought reform, for example, how many times per minute/hour/day/week were which types of positive stimulus applied for this specific item of reform -- also, the approximate number of people involved, separating out different stages, with a focus on particularly intense periods of organized stalking and electronic harassment for the purpose of brainwashing you, as contrasted from less intense periods.

    Describe your experience in moments where you started to crack, believing the reformed you was the "real you", the "better you", that it had always been you but you didn't realize it, etc.

    Finally, the extent to which you believe this conditioning and brainwashing process to reform your values, preferences, behaviour, etc., has impacted your present self.

  4. The specific value, behaviour, preference, etc., they were trying to condition and brainwash into you. Words, gestures, colours, images, elicited emotional or physiological associations, etc., that were used for positive associations with the new way. Words, gestures, colours, images, elicited emotional or physiological associations, etc., that were used as negative associations for failing to adopt the new way. Whether remote influencing technologies later came to be applied for similar ends. Approximately when you became of the effort to brainwash the specific change into you (and whether, in retrospect, it had been going on for some time). Approximately when methods of coercion or thought reform changed (and how they changed). The intensity of the effort at thought reform, for example, how many times per minute/hour/day/week were which types of positive stimulus applied for this specific item of reform -- also, the approximate number of people involved, separating out different stages, with a focus on particularly intense periods of organized stalking and electronic harassment for the purpose of brainwashing you, as contrasted from less intense periods.

    Describe your experience in moments where you started to crack, believing the reformed you was the "real you", the "better you", that it had always been you but you didn't realize it, etc.

    Finally, the extent to which you believe this conditioning and brainwashing process to reform your values, preferences, behaviour, etc., has impacted your present self.

  5. The specific value, behaviour, preference, etc., they were trying to condition and brainwash into you. Words, gestures, colours, images, elicited emotional or physiological associations, etc., that were used for positive associations with the new way. Words, gestures, colours, images, elicited emotional or physiological associations, etc., that were used as negative associations for failing to adopt the new way. Whether remote influencing technologies later came to be applied for similar ends. Approximately when you became of the effort to brainwash the specific change into you (and whether, in retrospect, it had been going on for some time). Approximately when methods of coercion or thought reform changed (and how they changed). The intensity of the effort at thought reform, for example, how many times per minute/hour/day/week were which types of positive stimulus applied for this specific item of reform -- also, the approximate number of people involved, separating out different stages, with a focus on particularly intense periods of organized stalking and electronic harassment for the purpose of brainwashing you, as contrasted from less intense periods.

    Describe your experience in moments where you started to crack, believing the reformed you was the "real you", the "better you", that it had always been you but you didn't realize it, etc.

    Finally, the extent to which you believe this conditioning and brainwashing process to reform your values, preferences, behaviour, etc., has impacted your present self.

  6. The specific value, behaviour, preference, etc., they were trying to condition and brainwash into you. Words, gestures, colours, images, elicited emotional or physiological associations, etc., that were used for positive associations with the new way. Words, gestures, colours, images, elicited emotional or physiological associations, etc., that were used as negative associations for failing to adopt the new way. Whether remote influencing technologies later came to be applied for similar ends. Approximately when you became of the effort to brainwash the specific change into you (and whether, in retrospect, it had been going on for some time). Approximately when methods of coercion or thought reform changed (and how they changed). The intensity of the effort at thought reform, for example, how many times per minute/hour/day/week were which types of positive stimulus applied for this specific item of reform -- also, the approximate number of people involved, separating out different stages, with a focus on particularly intense periods of organized stalking and electronic harassment for the purpose of brainwashing you, as contrasted from less intense periods.

    Describe your experience in moments where you started to crack, believing the reformed you was the "real you", the "better you", that it had always been you but you didn't realize it, etc.

    Finally, the extent to which you believe this conditioning and brainwashing process to reform your values, preferences, behaviour, etc., has impacted your present self.

2.29: Gaslighting

Efforts to convince you something never happened, when it actually happened, then to try to persuade you that you are suffering from some delusional disorder and need to get mental help. Examples may include: 1) People say something about you, for example in directed conversation, but then insist that they said nothing, or that it was something altogether different that they said; 2) Moving or removing things when you aren't looking, and then claiming to know nothing, perhaps later returning an object to its former place, in the first instance claiming to know nothing, in the second instance suggesting it was always there and you must be losing your mind; 3) In speaking of the realities of the various forms of harassment and torture, that you must be crazy and need to get mental help (from someone who will provide you with a diagnosis that may forever discredit you, at least to a degree).

  1. Gaslighting The specific event, or types of events, leading to the potential doubt about your senses or memory. Whether anyone suggested you must be delusional. If so, who. Whether anyone recommended you go to a mental hospital or seek "help" from people in white jackets, to treat what must be delusions. For recurring events of high similarity, report as one event and list the many instances, or describe the general picture. (This may overlap with some other experiences such as theft, vandalism, social isolation, etc. Please report again here if specifically relevant to gaslighting.)

  2. Gaslighting The specific event, or types of events, leading to the potential doubt about your senses or memory. Whether anyone suggested you must be delusional. If so, who. Whether anyone recommended you go to a mental hospital or seek "help" from people in white jackets, to treat what must be delusions. For recurring events of high similarity, report as one event and list the many instances, or describe the general picture. (This may overlap with some other experiences such as theft, vandalism, social isolation, etc. Please report again here if specifically relevant to gaslighting.)

  3. Gaslighting The specific event, or types of events, leading to the potential doubt about your senses or memory. Whether anyone suggested you must be delusional. If so, who. Whether anyone recommended you go to a mental hospital or seek "help" from people in white jackets, to treat what must be delusions. For recurring events of high similarity, report as one event and list the many instances, or describe the general picture. (This may overlap with some other experiences such as theft, vandalism, social isolation, etc. Please report again here if specifically relevant to gaslighting.)

  4. Gaslighting The specific event, or types of events, leading to the potential doubt about your senses or memory. Whether anyone suggested you must be delusional. If so, who. Whether anyone recommended you go to a mental hospital or seek "help" from people in white jackets, to treat what must be delusions. For recurring events of high similarity, report as one event and list the many instances, or describe the general picture. (This may overlap with some other experiences such as theft, vandalism, social isolation, etc. Please report again here if specifically relevant to gaslighting.)

  5. Gaslighting The specific event, or types of events, leading to the potential doubt about your senses or memory. Whether anyone suggested you must be delusional. If so, who. Whether anyone recommended you go to a mental hospital or seek "help" from people in white jackets, to treat what must be delusions. For recurring events of high similarity, report as one event and list the many instances, or describe the general picture. (This may overlap with some other experiences such as theft, vandalism, social isolation, etc. Please report again here if specifically relevant to gaslighting.)

  6. Gaslighting The specific event, or types of events, leading to the potential doubt about your senses or memory. Whether anyone suggested you must be delusional. If so, who. Whether anyone recommended you go to a mental hospital or seek "help" from people in white jackets, to treat what must be delusions. For recurring events of high similarity, report as one event and list the many instances, or describe the general picture. (This may overlap with some other experiences such as theft, vandalism, social isolation, etc. Please report again here if specifically relevant to gaslighting.)

  7. Gaslighting The specific event, or types of events, leading to the potential doubt about your senses or memory. Whether anyone suggested you must be delusional. If so, who. Whether anyone recommended you go to a mental hospital or seek "help" from people in white jackets, to treat what must be delusions. For recurring events of high similarity, report as one event and list the many instances, or describe the general picture. (This may overlap with some other experiences such as theft, vandalism, social isolation, etc. Please report again here if specifically relevant to gaslighting.)

  8. Gaslighting The specific event, or types of events, leading to the potential doubt about your senses or memory. Whether anyone suggested you must be delusional. If so, who. Whether anyone recommended you go to a mental hospital or seek "help" from people in white jackets, to treat what must be delusions. For recurring events of high similarity, report as one event and list the many instances, or describe the general picture. (This may overlap with some other experiences such as theft, vandalism, social isolation, etc. Please report again here if specifically relevant to gaslighting.)

2.30: Elicited hypochondria (other than electronic harassment)

Organized stalkers, in combination with electronic harassment, may try to persuade you to believe that you have some medical condition which you do not in fact have. E.g.: a pain sensation to be associated with cancer or reproductive failures; difficulties thinking to be associated with cognitive decline such as dementia; conditioned associations to lead you to believe that you had some sort of desires which are sufficiently deviant as to potentially warrant a mental health diagnosis; heart and/or respiratory issues, etc.

Focus on the symptoms that you experienced which organized stalkers were aware of and which led them to promote paranoia, anxiety, etc., in a manner that would drive you towards a medical evaluation which would turn up nothing. Also, the use or trigger words, phrases, gestures, sounds, visual associations, etc., used by the perpetrators in conjunction with this. Also, if there were highly out of the ordinary discussions of such medical issues on media, whether media that you normally frequent, or media that other people introduced to you or suggested you should check out, it may be relevant to mention this.

There are equivalent fields for this in the electronic harassment section. There will be overlap, but please do not discuss the use of electronic weapons in this section -- do not deviate from the symptoms themselves and the non-electronic-weapons aspects of eliciting hypochondria. The emphasis here is on the elicited symptoms and organized stalking methods associated with eliciting hypochondria.

Whether you ultimately sought medical attention (or advice from friends, family, co-workers, etc.). Advice given, including from whom. Any diagnostic outcomes (positive or negative) and which evidence supported it. Whether there was a proven medical issue (as opposed to an opinion that could not be strongly verified by the evidence).

  1. Elicited hypochondria. The symptoms (if any). The specific timing, whether a short period, ongoing for a long time, or different periods with breaks. The physical or mental health issue you were suggested to be paranoid about. The non-electronic-weapons techniques used to promote this hypochondria. Any advice given. Actual underlying condition found including whether evidence.

  2. Elicited hypochondria. The symptoms (if any). The specific timing, whether a short period, ongoing for a long time, or different periods with breaks. The physical or mental health issue you were suggested to be paranoid about. The non-electronic-weapons techniques used to promote this hypochondria. Any advice given. Actual underlying condition found including whether evidence.

  3. Elicited hypochondria. The symptoms (if any). The specific timing, whether a short period, ongoing for a long time, or different periods with breaks. The physical or mental health issue you were suggested to be paranoid about. The non-electronic-weapons techniques used to promote this hypochondria. Any advice given. Actual underlying condition found including whether evidence.

  4. Elicited hypochondria. The symptoms (if any). The specific timing, whether a short period, ongoing for a long time, or different periods with breaks. The physical or mental health issue you were suggested to be paranoid about. The non-electronic-weapons techniques used to promote this hypochondria. Any advice given. Actual underlying condition found including whether evidence.

  5. Elicited hypochondria. The symptoms (if any). The specific timing, whether a short period, ongoing for a long time, or different periods with breaks. The physical or mental health issue you were suggested to be paranoid about. The non-electronic-weapons techniques used to promote this hypochondria. Any advice given. Actual underlying condition found including whether evidence.

  6. Elicited hypochondria. The symptoms (if any). The specific timing, whether a short period, ongoing for a long time, or different periods with breaks. The physical or mental health issue you were suggested to be paranoid about. The non-electronic-weapons techniques used to promote this hypochondria. Any advice given. Actual underlying condition found including whether evidence.

Section 3: Electronic harassment, remote neural monitoring and synthetic telepathy

3.1: Entrapment (EH-RNM)

Events where synthetic telepathy, including remote neural monitoring, was used suggest, coerce or otherwise direct the victim towards a criminal activity. E.g., the synthetic telepathy operator may envision or imagine themselves performing some act, and by remote transmission suggest or direct you towards a crime. E.g., steal something, hit someone, blow something up, rape an adult or child, charge into a no-trespassing area, try to "make a run for it" when detained by people with badges or white coats, etc. This will overlap with other entries. Focus on remote influences here.

  1. Entrapment. The specific crime they tried to drag you in to. The approximate date(s), location(s) and means of persuasion, such as projected images, projected senses of doing something (unexplained impulses), driving words through your mind to think you wanted to do it, etc.

  2. Entrapment. The specific crime they tried to drag you in to. The approximate date(s), location(s) and means of persuasion, such as projected images, projected senses of doing something (unexplained impulses), driving words through your mind to think you wanted to do it, etc.

  3. Entrapment. The specific crime they tried to drag you in to. The approximate date(s), location(s) and means of persuasion, such as projected images, projected senses of doing something (unexplained impulses), driving words through your mind to think you wanted to do it, etc.

  4. Entrapment. The specific crime they tried to drag you in to. The approximate date(s), location(s) and means of persuasion, such as projected images, projected senses of doing something (unexplained impulses), driving words through your mind to think you wanted to do it, etc.

  5. Entrapment. The specific crime they tried to drag you in to. The approximate date(s), location(s) and means of persuasion, such as projected images, projected senses of doing something (unexplained impulses), driving words through your mind to think you wanted to do it, etc.

  6. Entrapment. The specific crime they tried to drag you in to. The approximate date(s), location(s) and means of persuasion, such as projected images, projected senses of doing something (unexplained impulses), driving words through your mind to think you wanted to do it, etc.

3.2: Slander (EH-RNM)

The use of synthetic telepathy and/or remote neural monitoring to try to plant a memory or conditioned association which may be conducive to others believing the slander. For example, the means via which you believe the slanderous "event" was introduced into your mind (perhaps during dreaming, as a matter of suggestion, projecting images, thoughts, words, etc. in the process of establishing this fake or real association). Also, the use of other techniques, phrases, images, triggering of thought patterns or physiological events (such as racing heart, skipped beat, feeling uncomfortable...), etc. to try to persuade the victim that this planted or real memory was a) true or b) that other people would believe it when the slanderous content was elicited. Focus on remote influences here.

  1. The specific item of slander. Very briefly, the "real world" means by which this was reinforced or spread. Introduction of these thoughts, images, words into your mind via remote means. Any efforts to drive a subvocalized thought into your mind which amounts to you saying "I'm guilty" and then jumping on this as evidence. Especially, the timeframe and frequency of the attacks. Whether you believe that they were literally trying to brainwash you into believing it happened, or merely trying to plant a sufficiently strong association that they could elicit the "guilty memory" at times where they wished to promote your slandering. The types of situations when this slander was elicited from your own mind, leading others to believe it was real.

  2. The specific item of slander. Very briefly, the "real world" means by which this was reinforced or spread. Introduction of these thoughts, images, words into your mind via remote means. Any efforts to drive a subvocalized thought into your mind which amounts to you saying "I'm guilty" and then jumping on this as evidence. Especially, the timeframe and frequency of the attacks. Whether you believe that they were literally trying to brainwash you into believing it happened, or merely trying to plant a sufficiently strong association that they could elicit the "guilty memory" at times where they wished to promote your slandering. The types of situations when this slander was elicited from your own mind, leading others to believe it was real.

  3. The specific item of slander. Very briefly, the "real world" means by which this was reinforced or spread. Introduction of these thoughts, images, words into your mind via remote means. Any efforts to drive a subvocalized thought into your mind which amounts to you saying "I'm guilty" and then jumping on this as evidence. Especially, the timeframe and frequency of the attacks. Whether you believe that they were literally trying to brainwash you into believing it happened, or merely trying to plant a sufficiently strong association that they could elicit the "guilty memory" at times where they wished to promote your slandering. The types of situations when this slander was elicited from your own mind, leading others to believe it was real.

  4. The specific item of slander. Very briefly, the "real world" means by which this was reinforced or spread. Introduction of these thoughts, images, words into your mind via remote means. Any efforts to drive a subvocalized thought into your mind which amounts to you saying "I'm guilty" and then jumping on this as evidence. Especially, the timeframe and frequency of the attacks. Whether you believe that they were literally trying to brainwash you into believing it happened, or merely trying to plant a sufficiently strong association that they could elicit the "guilty memory" at times where they wished to promote your slandering. The types of situations when this slander was elicited from your own mind, leading others to believe it was real.

  5. The specific item of slander. Very briefly, the "real world" means by which this was reinforced or spread. Introduction of these thoughts, images, words into your mind via remote means. Any efforts to drive a subvocalized thought into your mind which amounts to you saying "I'm guilty" and then jumping on this as evidence. Especially, the timeframe and frequency of the attacks. Whether you believe that they were literally trying to brainwash you into believing it happened, or merely trying to plant a sufficiently strong association that they could elicit the "guilty memory" at times where they wished to promote your slandering. The types of situations when this slander was elicited from your own mind, leading others to believe it was real.

  6. The specific item of slander. Very briefly, the "real world" means by which this was reinforced or spread. Introduction of these thoughts, images, words into your mind via remote means. Any efforts to drive a subvocalized thought into your mind which amounts to you saying "I'm guilty" and then jumping on this as evidence. Especially, the timeframe and frequency of the attacks. Whether you believe that they were literally trying to brainwash you into believing it happened, or merely trying to plant a sufficiently strong association that they could elicit the "guilty memory" at times where they wished to promote your slandering. The types of situations when this slander was elicited from your own mind, leading others to believe it was real.

  7. The specific item of slander. Very briefly, the "real world" means by which this was reinforced or spread. Introduction of these thoughts, images, words into your mind via remote means. Any efforts to drive a subvocalized thought into your mind which amounts to you saying "I'm guilty" and then jumping on this as evidence. Especially, the timeframe and frequency of the attacks. Whether you believe that they were literally trying to brainwash you into believing it happened, or merely trying to plant a sufficiently strong association that they could elicit the "guilty memory" at times where they wished to promote your slandering. The types of situations when this slander was elicited from your own mind, leading others to believe it was real.

  8. The specific item of slander. Very briefly, the "real world" means by which this was reinforced or spread. Introduction of these thoughts, images, words into your mind via remote means. Any efforts to drive a subvocalized thought into your mind which amounts to you saying "I'm guilty" and then jumping on this as evidence. Especially, the timeframe and frequency of the attacks. Whether you believe that they were literally trying to brainwash you into believing it happened, or merely trying to plant a sufficiently strong association that they could elicit the "guilty memory" at times where they wished to promote your slandering. The types of situations when this slander was elicited from your own mind, leading others to believe it was real.

  9. The specific item of slander. Very briefly, the "real world" means by which this was reinforced or spread. Introduction of these thoughts, images, words into your mind via remote means. Any efforts to drive a subvocalized thought into your mind which amounts to you saying "I'm guilty" and then jumping on this as evidence. Especially, the timeframe and frequency of the attacks. Whether you believe that they were literally trying to brainwash you into believing it happened, or merely trying to plant a sufficiently strong association that they could elicit the "guilty memory" at times where they wished to promote your slandering. The types of situations when this slander was elicited from your own mind, leading others to believe it was real.

  10. The specific item of slander. Very briefly, the "real world" means by which this was reinforced or spread. Introduction of these thoughts, images, words into your mind via remote means. Any efforts to drive a subvocalized thought into your mind which amounts to you saying "I'm guilty" and then jumping on this as evidence. Especially, the timeframe and frequency of the attacks. Whether you believe that they were literally trying to brainwash you into believing it happened, or merely trying to plant a sufficiently strong association that they could elicit the "guilty memory" at times where they wished to promote your slandering. The types of situations when this slander was elicited from your own mind, leading others to believe it was real.

3.3: Disinformation and remote neural monitoring

Under the assumption that you now understand that remote neural monitoring is possible, even though precise description of how the scientific approach is applied and the tools which make used of these scientific principles appears to remain hidden by the people who are paid to keep us safe -- please describe the numerous types of narratives you were led through about "how they know it". For examples: 1) It is God. Jesus is coming. We have to find out who sinned, you have to admit to everything, and then you can be a part of heaven -- your failure to admit to it (whether a planted memory, an actually bad thing, or some ridiculously trivial thing) is the reason that you "deserve it" -- God is waiting for you to publicly disclose your sins. Recognizing that it is God, you must allow him to reform you in the way he demands, or you will suffer eternally (or, at least, "for the rest of your life"; 2) It is the devil. He is torturing you because you did something wrong and you "deserve it". If you change in all the ways that are demanded, God will help you; 3) There are powerful witches. You need to "get in" (on the organized stalking, harassment and psychological torture of other people) because the fact that you are "weak" (i.e., unwilling to be forced to abuse people) makes you a target -- the only way to avoid the torture is to "get in", where you will be taught about witchcraft. "They will make you", as in make you a powerful person, if you allow them to reform you entirely (i.e., you will be "powerful" if you submit to being a brainwashed puppet slave with zero morality who is willing to do anything and everything you are told); 4) advanced bugging and surveillance technologies which do not involve monitoring the brain, such as eye tracking, satellite imaging, GPS tracking, infrared imaging, advanced listening devices, hacking your computer or phone, etc.

  1. Disinformation & RNM. The explanation for "how they knew it", most especially on the matter of remote neutral monitoring (or, refer to beliefs that bugging, traditional surveillance, hacking, etc. were being used, and whether any of these were proven to have been the case, or reasons that you should still believe it applied, at least prior to more extensive mapping of your thought processes). Whether you believe that YOU were the origin of this belief and they merely encouraged it, or whether it was intentionally suggested to you over time as a means of misleading you. Whether you initially realized that this incorrect explanation would lead to discrediting you or people in white coats diagnosing you as having a mental illness -- whether this later became obvious after you started telling people about it. Whether you still believe this explanation to be at least part of the story. Whether you would tell people in white jackets that you believe this might be part of the story.

  2. Disinformation & RNM. The explanation for "how they knew it", most especially on the matter of remote neutral monitoring (or, refer to beliefs that bugging, traditional surveillance, hacking, etc. were being used, and whether any of these were proven to have been the case, or reasons that you should still believe it applied, at least prior to more extensive mapping of your thought processes). Whether you believe that YOU were the origin of this belief and they merely encouraged it, or whether it was intentionally suggested to you over time as a means of misleading you. Whether you initially realized that this incorrect explanation would lead to discrediting you or people in white coats diagnosing you as having a mental illness -- whether this later became obvious after you started telling people about it. Whether you still believe this explanation to be at least part of the story. Whether you would tell people in white jackets that you believe this might be part of the story.

  3. Disinformation & RNM. The explanation for "how they knew it", most especially on the matter of remote neutral monitoring (or, refer to beliefs that bugging, traditional surveillance, hacking, etc. were being used, and whether any of these were proven to have been the case, or reasons that you should still believe it applied, at least prior to more extensive mapping of your thought processes). Whether you believe that YOU were the origin of this belief and they merely encouraged it, or whether it was intentionally suggested to you over time as a means of misleading you. Whether you initially realized that this incorrect explanation would lead to discrediting you or people in white coats diagnosing you as having a mental illness -- whether this later became obvious after you started telling people about it. Whether you still believe this explanation to be at least part of the story. Whether you would tell people in white jackets that you believe this might be part of the story.

  4. Disinformation & RNM. The explanation for "how they knew it", most especially on the matter of remote neutral monitoring (or, refer to beliefs that bugging, traditional surveillance, hacking, etc. were being used, and whether any of these were proven to have been the case, or reasons that you should still believe it applied, at least prior to more extensive mapping of your thought processes). Whether you believe that YOU were the origin of this belief and they merely encouraged it, or whether it was intentionally suggested to you over time as a means of misleading you. Whether you initially realized that this incorrect explanation would lead to discrediting you or people in white coats diagnosing you as having a mental illness -- whether this later became obvious after you started telling people about it. Whether you still believe this explanation to be at least part of the story. Whether you would tell people in white jackets that you believe this might be part of the story.

  5. Disinformation & RNM. The explanation for "how they knew it", most especially on the matter of remote neutral monitoring (or, refer to beliefs that bugging, traditional surveillance, hacking, etc. were being used, and whether any of these were proven to have been the case, or reasons that you should still believe it applied, at least prior to more extensive mapping of your thought processes). Whether you believe that YOU were the origin of this belief and they merely encouraged it, or whether it was intentionally suggested to you over time as a means of misleading you. Whether you initially realized that this incorrect explanation would lead to discrediting you or people in white coats diagnosing you as having a mental illness -- whether this later became obvious after you started telling people about it. Whether you still believe this explanation to be at least part of the story. Whether you would tell people in white jackets that you believe this might be part of the story.

  6. Disinformation & RNM. The explanation for "how they knew it", most especially on the matter of remote neutral monitoring (or, refer to beliefs that bugging, traditional surveillance, hacking, etc. were being used, and whether any of these were proven to have been the case, or reasons that you should still believe it applied, at least prior to more extensive mapping of your thought processes). Whether you believe that YOU were the origin of this belief and they merely encouraged it, or whether it was intentionally suggested to you over time as a means of misleading you. Whether you initially realized that this incorrect explanation would lead to discrediting you or people in white coats diagnosing you as having a mental illness -- whether this later became obvious after you started telling people about it. Whether you still believe this explanation to be at least part of the story. Whether you would tell people in white jackets that you believe this might be part of the story.

3.4: Fatigue attack

Times, places, types of situations, etc. when you suffer fatigue attacks.

  1. Fatigue attacks. Times, places, etc., relating to a specific type of situation.

  2. Fatigue attacks. Times, places, etc., relating to a specific type of situation.

  3. Fatigue attacks. Times, places, etc., relating to a specific type of situation.

  4. Fatigue attacks. Times, places, etc., relating to a specific type of situation.

  5. Fatigue attacks. Times, places, etc., relating to a specific type of situation.

  6. Fatigue attacks. Times, places, etc., relating to a specific type of situation.

  7. Fatigue attacks. Times, places, etc., relating to a specific type of situation.

  8. Fatigue attacks. Times, places, etc., relating to a specific type of situation.

3.5: Electronic caffeine

Perhaps during the day when you are feeling very tired, or when remote influences are used to increase your alertness or energy level, or, more likely, just as you are trying to go to sleep, suddenly feeling relatively alert, not tired, etc., perhaps even with slight increase in heart rate or sense of "excitedness", and therefore unable to sleep. This is likely to feature regularly during periods of sleep deprivation where you are not intended to be highly aware that it is happening.

  1. Electronic caffeine. Times, places, etc. Whether as part of specific period of sleep deprivation.

  2. Electronic caffeine. Times, places, etc. Whether as part of specific period of sleep deprivation.

  3. Electronic caffeine. Times, places, etc. Whether as part of specific period of sleep deprivation.

  4. Electronic caffeine. Times, places, etc. Whether as part of specific period of sleep deprivation.

  5. Electronic caffeine. Times, places, etc. Whether as part of specific period of sleep deprivation.

  6. Electronic caffeine. Times, places, etc. Whether as part of specific period of sleep deprivation.

3.6: Heart inconsistencies (EH-RNM)

This may include a sudden increase in heart rate, palpitations or irregular beating, skipped beats, or reduced strength of the heartbeat to the point that you are feeling faint or may even suffer from significantly reduced blood flow. Two types of reports are relevant here. First, the type of heart inconsistency experienced, and specific instances or time periods where the situation was particularly intense or persistent, perhaps leading you to seek medical attention.

  1. Type of irregularity often experienced. Whether you were able to establish a pattern of when this type of irregularity was experienced. Or, specific time and location(s) of particularly intense or persistent irregularity, including whether medical attention was sought and the general experience in the medical setting including any specific tests performed (if any), comments made by medical staff and any specific advice (if any), diagnoses (if any) or treatments (if any) offered by any medical professional. How you got to the medical centre. Specify the medical centre where medical attention was sought, if possible including the name of the doctor, or at least some description of the health professionals with whom you had relevant interactions. Any other odd experiences at the medical centre. Whether you mentioned the situation of organized stalking or harassment in general. If so, the general type of questioning they proceeded with, including specific questions if you recall them. Any advice given to you (if any) following discussion of the organized stalking or harassment.

  2. Type of irregularity often experienced. Whether you were able to establish a pattern of when this type of irregularity was experienced. Or, specific time and location(s) of particularly intense or persistent irregularity, including whether medical attention was sought and the general experience in the medical setting including any specific tests performed (if any), comments made by medical staff and any specific advice (if any), diagnoses (if any) or treatments (if any) offered by any medical professional. How you got to the medical centre. Specify the medical centre where medical attention was sought, if possible including the name of the doctor, or at least some description of the health professionals with whom you had relevant interactions. Any other odd experiences at the medical centre. Whether you mentioned the situation of organized stalking or harassment in general. If so, the general type of questioning they proceeded with, including specific questions if you recall them. Any advice given to you (if any) following discussion of the organized stalking or harassment.

  3. Type of irregularity often experienced. Whether you were able to establish a pattern of when this type of irregularity was experienced. Or, specific time and location(s) of particularly intense or persistent irregularity, including whether medical attention was sought and the general experience in the medical setting including any specific tests performed (if any), comments made by medical staff and any specific advice (if any), diagnoses (if any) or treatments (if any) offered by any medical professional. How you got to the medical centre. Specify the medical centre where medical attention was sought, if possible including the name of the doctor, or at least some description of the health professionals with whom you had relevant interactions. Any other odd experiences at the medical centre. Whether you mentioned the situation of organized stalking or harassment in general. If so, the general type of questioning they proceeded with, including specific questions if you recall them. Any advice given to you (if any) following discussion of the organized stalking or harassment.

  4. Type of irregularity often experienced. Whether you were able to establish a pattern of when this type of irregularity was experienced. Or, specific time and location(s) of particularly intense or persistent irregularity, including whether medical attention was sought and the general experience in the medical setting including any specific tests performed (if any), comments made by medical staff and any specific advice (if any), diagnoses (if any) or treatments (if any) offered by any medical professional. How you got to the medical centre. Specify the medical centre where medical attention was sought, if possible including the name of the doctor, or at least some description of the health professionals with whom you had relevant interactions. Any other odd experiences at the medical centre. Whether you mentioned the situation of organized stalking or harassment in general. If so, the general type of questioning they proceeded with, including specific questions if you recall them. Any advice given to you (if any) following discussion of the organized stalking or harassment.

  5. Type of irregularity often experienced. Whether you were able to establish a pattern of when this type of irregularity was experienced. Or, specific time and location(s) of particularly intense or persistent irregularity, including whether medical attention was sought and the general experience in the medical setting including any specific tests performed (if any), comments made by medical staff and any specific advice (if any), diagnoses (if any) or treatments (if any) offered by any medical professional. How you got to the medical centre. Specify the medical centre where medical attention was sought, if possible including the name of the doctor, or at least some description of the health professionals with whom you had relevant interactions. Any other odd experiences at the medical centre. Whether you mentioned the situation of organized stalking or harassment in general. If so, the general type of questioning they proceeded with, including specific questions if you recall them. Any advice given to you (if any) following discussion of the organized stalking or harassment.

  6. Type of irregularity often experienced. Whether you were able to establish a pattern of when this type of irregularity was experienced. Or, specific time and location(s) of particularly intense or persistent irregularity, including whether medical attention was sought and the general experience in the medical setting including any specific tests performed (if any), comments made by medical staff and any specific advice (if any), diagnoses (if any) or treatments (if any) offered by any medical professional. How you got to the medical centre. Specify the medical centre where medical attention was sought, if possible including the name of the doctor, or at least some description of the health professionals with whom you had relevant interactions. Any other odd experiences at the medical centre. Whether you mentioned the situation of organized stalking or harassment in general. If so, the general type of questioning they proceeded with, including specific questions if you recall them. Any advice given to you (if any) following discussion of the organized stalking or harassment.

3.7: Constrained airways or upper chest (EH-RNM)

  1. Constrained airways or upper chest (feeling like CPOD). The timeframes when this was most notable. Or, when it began, times when it is most commonly experiences, and if ongoing.

  2. Constrained airways or upper chest (feeling like CPOD). The timeframes when this was most notable. Or, when it began, times when it is most commonly experiences, and if ongoing.

  3. Constrained airways or upper chest (feeling like CPOD). The timeframes when this was most notable. Or, when it began, times when it is most commonly experiences, and if ongoing.

  4. Constrained airways or upper chest (feeling like CPOD). The timeframes when this was most notable. Or, when it began, times when it is most commonly experiences, and if ongoing.

3.8: Pain (other than organs) (EH-RNM)

  1. Pain (other than organs). The location of the pain, for example spine, feet, stomach, ears, etc. Whether commonly associated with other events, thoughts, activities, etc. Whether occasional or frequent. Whether there was, roughly speaking, a beginning and ending point. Strategies used to manage the specific type of pain -- whether it usually was effective or not, and for how long. Whether you sought a medical opinion in relation to this pain. The result of the medical consultation, whether tests administered, treatments offered, advice in general, etc.

  2. Pain (other than organs). The location of the pain, for example spine, feet, stomach, ears, etc. Whether commonly associated with other events, thoughts, activities, etc. Whether occasional or frequent. Whether there was, roughly speaking, a beginning and ending point. Strategies used to manage the specific type of pain -- whether it usually was effective or not, and for how long. Whether you sought a medical opinion in relation to this pain. The result of the medical consultation, whether tests administered, treatments offered, advice in general, etc.

  3. Pain (other than organs). The location of the pain, for example spine, feet, stomach, ears, etc. Whether commonly associated with other events, thoughts, activities, etc. Whether occasional or frequent. Whether there was, roughly speaking, a beginning and ending point. Strategies used to manage the specific type of pain -- whether it usually was effective or not, and for how long. Whether you sought a medical opinion in relation to this pain. The result of the medical consultation, whether tests administered, treatments offered, advice in general, etc.

  4. Pain (other than organs). The location of the pain, for example spine, feet, stomach, ears, etc. Whether commonly associated with other events, thoughts, activities, etc. Whether occasional or frequent. Whether there was, roughly speaking, a beginning and ending point. Strategies used to manage the specific type of pain -- whether it usually was effective or not, and for how long. Whether you sought a medical opinion in relation to this pain. The result of the medical consultation, whether tests administered, treatments offered, advice in general, etc.

3.9: Pain (believed to be organs) (EH-RNM)

For example, sharp pains to the heart, kidney, liver, stomach, sex and waste disposal organs, intestines, eyes, etc.

  1. The specific organ in pain. Whether you know enough about human physiology to be likely to have a good idea of whether the organ was the location of the pain. Whether commonly associated with other events, thoughts, activities, etc. Whether occasional or frequent. Whether there was, roughly speaking, a beginning and ending point of the episode. Strategies used to manage the specific type of pain -- whether usually effective or not, and or how long. Whether you sought a medical opinion in relation to this pain. The result of the medical consultation, whether tests administered, treatments offered, advice in general, etc.

  2. The specific organ in pain. Whether you know enough about human physiology to be likely to have a good idea of whether the organ was the location of the pain. Whether commonly associated with other events, thoughts, activities, etc. Whether occasional or frequent. Whether there was, roughly speaking, a beginning and ending point of the episode. Strategies used to manage the specific type of pain -- whether usually effective or not, and or how long. Whether you sought a medical opinion in relation to this pain. The result of the medical consultation, whether tests administered, treatments offered, advice in general, etc.

  3. The specific organ in pain. Whether you know enough about human physiology to be likely to have a good idea of whether the organ was the location of the pain. Whether commonly associated with other events, thoughts, activities, etc. Whether occasional or frequent. Whether there was, roughly speaking, a beginning and ending point of the episode. Strategies used to manage the specific type of pain -- whether usually effective or not, and or how long. Whether you sought a medical opinion in relation to this pain. The result of the medical consultation, whether tests administered, treatments offered, advice in general, etc.

  4. The specific organ in pain. Whether you know enough about human physiology to be likely to have a good idea of whether the organ was the location of the pain. Whether commonly associated with other events, thoughts, activities, etc. Whether occasional or frequent. Whether there was, roughly speaking, a beginning and ending point of the episode. Strategies used to manage the specific type of pain -- whether usually effective or not, and or how long. Whether you sought a medical opinion in relation to this pain. The result of the medical consultation, whether tests administered, treatments offered, advice in general, etc.

3.10: Rage or anger (EH-RNM)

Sudden fits of anger, especially in situations where this would not be at all normal for you.

  1. Rage or anger. The events which were linked to your anger. Whether in retrospect this is something that should have made you angry. If so, THAT angry? If so, was the constant high stress primarily responsible for the angry response? In retrospect, whether even the fact that it would be sensible to be angry about that, or the constant pressure, etc., can be viewed as sufficient to explain that anger, or whether this was likely to have been remotely influenced to make you angry. Finally, with respect to the specific trigger associated with the anger/rage, whether this was something that was likely to make you do something really stupid, discrediting, etc., and/or which would sabotage your reputation in a way that would contribute to lose a job, social isolation, ruined relationships, etc.

  2. Rage or anger. The events which were linked to your anger. Whether in retrospect this is something that should have made you angry. If so, THAT angry? If so, was the constant high stress primarily responsible for the angry response? In retrospect, whether even the fact that it would be sensible to be angry about that, or the constant pressure, etc., can be viewed as sufficient to explain that anger, or whether this was likely to have been remotely influenced to make you angry. Finally, with respect to the specific trigger associated with the anger/rage, whether this was something that was likely to make you do something really stupid, discrediting, etc., and/or which would sabotage your reputation in a way that would contribute to lose a job, social isolation, ruined relationships, etc.

  3. Rage or anger. The events which were linked to your anger. Whether in retrospect this is something that should have made you angry. If so, THAT angry? If so, was the constant high stress primarily responsible for the angry response? In retrospect, whether even the fact that it would be sensible to be angry about that, or the constant pressure, etc., can be viewed as sufficient to explain that anger, or whether this was likely to have been remotely influenced to make you angry. Finally, with respect to the specific trigger associated with the anger/rage, whether this was something that was likely to make you do something really stupid, discrediting, etc., and/or which would sabotage your reputation in a way that would contribute to lose a job, social isolation, ruined relationships, etc.

  4. Rage or anger. The events which were linked to your anger. Whether in retrospect this is something that should have made you angry. If so, THAT angry? If so, was the constant high stress primarily responsible for the angry response? In retrospect, whether even the fact that it would be sensible to be angry about that, or the constant pressure, etc., can be viewed as sufficient to explain that anger, or whether this was likely to have been remotely influenced to make you angry. Finally, with respect to the specific trigger associated with the anger/rage, whether this was something that was likely to make you do something really stupid, discrediting, etc., and/or which would sabotage your reputation in a way that would contribute to lose a job, social isolation, ruined relationships, etc.

3.11: Depressed feelings (EH-RNM)

Whether just yourself, within your group, or at a larger social level. Express the general time period, including ongoing, but do not specify this as a continuous and ongoing situation which could be diagnosed as "depression" -- rather, "in that general time period I had a lot of negative thoughts and had difficulties maintaining a positive attitude" or some such thing. Whether you sought the advice of friends, family, co-workers, etc., and if so how they respond or what they recommended. Whether you sought the advice of any professional OTHER THAN one wearing a white jacket, and if so how they responded or what was recommended. Whether you sought the advice of any professional wearing a white jacket and if so how they responded or what was recommended. Whether you mentioned the situation of general harassment, psychological torture, etc. as contributing to the depressed feelings, to any of these groups, and how they responded to your descriptions, whether on a specific basis or in general. Whether anyone, a connection or medical professional, tried to convince you that depression was the cause of "delusions". Whether the general situation is likely to explain those feelings or if it seems likely that remote influencing technologies were applied.

  1. The time period of depressed feelings. Whether it went beyond yourself. Who you turned to for support (perhaps more than). How they reacted and what advice they dispensed. Whether you mentioned the general situation of organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc., how they reacted and what advice dispensed. Whether anyone suggested that depression caused the "delusions".

  2. The time period of depressed feelings. Whether it went beyond yourself. Who you turned to for support (perhaps more than). How they reacted and what advice they dispensed. Whether you mentioned the general situation of organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc., how they reacted and what advice dispensed. Whether anyone suggested that depression caused the "delusions".

  3. The time period of depressed feelings. Whether it went beyond yourself. Who you turned to for support (perhaps more than). How they reacted and what advice they dispensed. Whether you mentioned the general situation of organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc., how they reacted and what advice dispensed. Whether anyone suggested that depression caused the "delusions".

3.12: Memory blanks (EH-RNM)

For present purposes, this may refer to two types of situations. First, a situation where you were under sever sleep deprivation or very high levels of distraction and electronic assault, and as a result have difficulties accurately remembering details about an important situation (or time period). Second, situations where you are about to do something, but suddenly had difficulty remembering what you were about to do (e.g., go to store), or key details which are needed to perform the task (e.g., about to write down a list of things to do but had much difficulty bringing to mind what needs to go on that list, or you are writing and important details suddenly "go missing", making it difficult for you to follow through on that line of thinking). Discuss general trends you could establish in specific subjects, issues, social or political interests, etc., or things relating to job search, social events and planning, family events, etc. that you were working on, thinking of or preparing for, when important details were particularly hard to keep at the top of your mind or went missing altogether.

Not completely related, but this seems like a good place to mention distracted/redirected thoughts which prevented or made it difficult for you to proceed with the intended task (e.g., you have to do something for work, but are repeatedly drawn back to some unproductive activity, well beyond a "normal" level of distraction). Do not including things like compulsively checking Facebook or your email, which I believe is not uncommon for a lot of people, even if in retrospect remote influences and/or conditioned responses may have led you to be more compulsive in that regard than you would otherwise have been. Whether this seems to have been directing you away from an intended activity.

  1. Memory blanks. Periods of difficulty accurately remembering due to sleep deprivation, etc. Or, situations where very short-term memory recall was interfered with, making follow through difficult. Or, distractions towards types of tasks and/or the intended activities you were being directed away.

  2. Memory blanks. Periods of difficulty accurately remembering due to sleep deprivation, etc. Or, situations where very short-term memory recall was interfered with, making follow through difficult. Or, distractions towards types of tasks and/or the intended activities you were being directed away.

  3. Memory blanks. Periods of difficulty accurately remembering due to sleep deprivation, etc. Or, situations where very short-term memory recall was interfered with, making follow through difficult. Or, distractions towards types of tasks and/or the intended activities you were being directed away.

  4. Memory blanks. Periods of difficulty accurately remembering due to sleep deprivation, etc. Or, situations where very short-term memory recall was interfered with, making follow through difficult. Or, distractions towards types of tasks and/or the intended activities you were being directed away.

  5. Memory blanks. Periods of difficulty accurately remembering due to sleep deprivation, etc. Or, situations where very short-term memory recall was interfered with, making follow through difficult. Or, distractions towards types of tasks and/or the intended activities you were being directed away.

  6. Memory blanks. Periods of difficulty accurately remembering due to sleep deprivation, etc. Or, situations where very short-term memory recall was interfered with, making follow through difficult. Or, distractions towards types of tasks and/or the intended activities you were being directed away.

3.13: Confusion (EH-RNM)

The inability to think as clearly or quickly as you normally do. This is somewhat different from the situation of "memory blanks", in that it is more difficult to think, but perhaps you aren't necessarily outright forgetting key details about the task at hand or being distracted from it. The sensation of this in your brain.

  1. Specific instances or types of situations where you tend or tended to suffer from confusion.

  2. Specific instances or types of situations where you tend or tended to suffer from confusion.

  3. Specific instances or types of situations where you tend or tended to suffer from confusion.

  4. Specific instances or types of situations where you tend or tended to suffer from confusion.

3.14: Hysteria, panic, high stress, etc. (EH-RNM)

...whether just you, in smaller groups, or something obviously occurring at a larger level in a public setting. Whether associated with a specific type of situation.

  1. Date, location or general type of situation. Whether just you or more widespread. Potential associations with the anxiety (conditioning to associate anxiety with something important to you).

  2. Date, location or general type of situation. Whether just you or more widespread. Potential associations with the anxiety (conditioning to associate anxiety with something important to you).

  3. Date, location or general type of situation. Whether just you or more widespread. Potential associations with the anxiety (conditioning to associate anxiety with something important to you).

  4. Date, location or general type of situation. Whether just you or more widespread. Potential associations with the anxiety (conditioning to associate anxiety with something important to you).

  5. Date, location or general type of situation. Whether just you or more widespread. Potential associations with the anxiety (conditioning to associate anxiety with something important to you).

  6. Date, location or general type of situation. Whether just you or more widespread. Potential associations with the anxiety (conditioning to associate anxiety with something important to you).

3.15: Attempted evoked action (EH-RNM)

I believe this works by the synthetic telepathy operator imagining themselves doing something, and then the thought process of doing so is remotely transmitted or suggested. For example, numerous times when producing this reporting form, the operators would project incorrect numbers when I was trying to number things. Or, when in class teaching, projecting wrong words, wrong spellings, and other errors, presumably to make me look dumb. It could also be something like projecting the idea to get up and leave, perhaps even to go to some particular type of location, etc. More nefarious examples might be projecting a specific type of action that would be criminal, for example a theft or some sort of assault.

I recommend not disclosing certain types of attempted provoked action which could potentially be used as any sort of record of deviancy which could discredit you very broadly, even though it might be informative for other individuals. For example, incitement to a terrorist activity is one thing, but incitement to suicide or sexual assault could form some basis of an involuntary detention for psychological evaluation if you disclose any such thing. Suffice to say, it can get pretty bad. I recently read about a man who raped an 18 month old baby. I believe that the perpetrator was also a victim of remote influencing technologies and he never had a clue what was going on.

  1. The action attempted to evoke. Whether a specific instance or a general pattern (in the second case provide details on a variety of specific types of situations when/where this occurred). Whether it fit a pattern linked to slander, kangaroo courts, etc. Conditioned stimulus applied.

  2. The action attempted to evoke. Whether a specific instance or a general pattern (in the second case provide details on a variety of specific types of situations when/where this occurred). Whether it fit a pattern linked to slander, kangaroo courts, etc. Conditioned stimulus applied.

  3. The action attempted to evoke. Whether a specific instance or a general pattern (in the second case provide details on a variety of specific types of situations when/where this occurred). Whether it fit a pattern linked to slander, kangaroo courts, etc. Conditioned stimulus applied.

  4. The action attempted to evoke. Whether a specific instance or a general pattern (in the second case provide details on a variety of specific types of situations when/where this occurred). Whether it fit a pattern linked to slander, kangaroo courts, etc. Conditioned stimulus applied.

  5. The action attempted to evoke. Whether a specific instance or a general pattern (in the second case provide details on a variety of specific types of situations when/where this occurred). Whether it fit a pattern linked to slander, kangaroo courts, etc. Conditioned stimulus applied.

  6. The action attempted to evoke. Whether a specific instance or a general pattern (in the second case provide details on a variety of specific types of situations when/where this occurred). Whether it fit a pattern linked to slander, kangaroo courts, etc. Conditioned stimulus applied.

  7. The action attempted to evoke. Whether a specific instance or a general pattern (in the second case provide details on a variety of specific types of situations when/where this occurred). Whether it fit a pattern linked to slander, kangaroo courts, etc. Conditioned stimulus applied.

  8. The action attempted to evoke. Whether a specific instance or a general pattern (in the second case provide details on a variety of specific types of situations when/where this occurred). Whether it fit a pattern linked to slander, kangaroo courts, etc. Conditioned stimulus applied.

3.16: Attempted eliciting/driving subvocalizations (EH-RNM)

Specific phrases or types of situations. Whether connected to slander, false admissions, attempt to brainwash you or reform your thinking process by speaking in YOUR first person and trying to drive the subvocalization through your mind. Examples might be things like: a) "I really did..." whatever the kangaroo court has been trying to plant in your mind; b) "I really want to..." do something that's criminal or embarrassing, c) "that's sooo stupid" about things people say that you don't actually think are stupid; d) subvocalized description of things you're doing or planning on doing; e) "I want..." either things that you don't actually want or the operator(s) trying to drive excessive interest, or perhaps to embarrass you in relation to a romantic or sexual topic; f) "I need..." something that you don't actually need, perhaps them trying to waste your money, make you act irrationally, or drive you into situations where they can manipulate you better; etc. Discuss what you thought they were trying to accomplish, whether to get you to actually do something, elicit a false admissions, engage in thought reform, etc.

  1. Specific phrases or types of situations. What you believe perpetrator's objective is (multiple simultaneous answers possible) with that phrase.

  2. Specific phrases or types of situations. What you believe perpetrator's objective is (multiple simultaneous answers possible) with that phrase.

  3. Specific phrases or types of situations. What you believe perpetrator's objective is (multiple simultaneous answers possible) with that phrase.

  4. Specific phrases or types of situations. What you believe perpetrator's objective is (multiple simultaneous answers possible) with that phrase.

  5. Specific phrases or types of situations. What you believe perpetrator's objective is (multiple simultaneous answers possible) with that phrase.

  6. Specific phrases or types of situations. What you believe perpetrator's objective is (multiple simultaneous answers possible) with that phrase.

  7. Specific phrases or types of situations. What you believe perpetrator's objective is (multiple simultaneous answers possible) with that phrase.

  8. Specific phrases or types of situations. What you believe perpetrator's objective is (multiple simultaneous answers possible) with that phrase.

  9. Specific phrases or types of situations. What you believe perpetrator's objective is (multiple simultaneous answers possible) with that phrase.

  10. Specific phrases or types of situations. What you believe perpetrator's objective is (multiple simultaneous answers possible) with that phrase.

  11. Specific phrases or types of situations. What you believe perpetrator's objective is (multiple simultaneous answers possible) with that phrase.

  12. Specific phrases or types of situations. What you believe perpetrator's objective is (multiple simultaneous answers possible) with that phrase.

  13. Specific phrases or types of situations. What you believe perpetrator's objective is (multiple simultaneous answers possible) with that phrase.

3.17: Attempted forcing imaging associated with thinking processes

A commonly mentioned example is the operator will use synthetic telepathy to suggest something, and try to harvest whatever imaging comes up, perhaps to try to manipulate it to change memories, to help normalize and reinforce the recall of planted imagined/suggested things as "real memories", or to paint back into your mind embarrassing images and most especially things which invade very strongly into your privacy. Another type of example might be that you're working on something or thinking about something, and remote influences via electromagnetic waves stimulate the visual cortex and/or imagination (I believe this is the general process), leading you to associate images with the things you're thinking about. I find this is particularly common when I'm working on complex ideas -- it is not clear to me whether they are trying to figure out how well I understand these things in order to try to manipulate my thinking and lead me to make mistakes in work, if they're just harvesting data for general purposes of soul catching, whether this is part of the general intense and ongoing onslaught of invasion into the self, or, perhaps, in some cases they just want to know and think THEY can learn something from me (and, of course, they will try to tell you that you suffer from "delusions of grandeur" is you think someone can learn anything from you). Probably some combination of the above and other factors.

  1. Attempted forced imaging. Which thinking process was associated with operators trying to force you to associate/project images with these thinking processes. What you believe the purpose to be in the more specific case, or whether this is likely just to be part of the onslaught on your mind to wear you down to the point you may give up.

  2. Attempted forced imaging. Which thinking process was associated with operators trying to force you to associate/project images with these thinking processes. What you believe the purpose to be in the more specific case, or whether this is likely just to be part of the onslaught on your mind to wear you down to the point you may give up.

  3. Attempted forced imaging. Which thinking process was associated with operators trying to force you to associate/project images with these thinking processes. What you believe the purpose to be in the more specific case, or whether this is likely just to be part of the onslaught on your mind to wear you down to the point you may give up.

  4. Attempted forced imaging. Which thinking process was associated with operators trying to force you to associate/project images with these thinking processes. What you believe the purpose to be in the more specific case, or whether this is likely just to be part of the onslaught on your mind to wear you down to the point you may give up.

  5. Attempted forced imaging. Which thinking process was associated with operators trying to force you to associate/project images with these thinking processes. What you believe the purpose to be in the more specific case, or whether this is likely just to be part of the onslaught on your mind to wear you down to the point you may give up.

  6. Attempted forced imaging. Which thinking process was associated with operators trying to force you to associate/project images with these thinking processes. What you believe the purpose to be in the more specific case, or whether this is likely just to be part of the onslaught on your mind to wear you down to the point you may give up.

  7. Attempted forced imaging. Which thinking process was associated with operators trying to force you to associate/project images with these thinking processes. What you believe the purpose to be in the more specific case, or whether this is likely just to be part of the onslaught on your mind to wear you down to the point you may give up.

  8. Attempted forced imaging. Which thinking process was associated with operators trying to force you to associate/project images with these thinking processes. What you believe the purpose to be in the more specific case, or whether this is likely just to be part of the onslaught on your mind to wear you down to the point you may give up.

3.18: Attempted forced concentration on something you're doing

This might involve relatively trivial things. For example, you're going to the bathroom, having a shower, preparing a coffee, etc. -- things that you normally do with no conscious attention whatsoever -- but your conscious attention to these things is elicited, perhaps in an embarrassing manner and definitely in an invasive manner, potentially with the objective to be able to establish neural patterns associated with these activities, and moreover to drive a loss of sense of control by the act of making you very consciously aware of the monitoring. It may also involve potentially more nefarious things, such as you're typing out something, perhaps personal information or other things which are critical for your privacy and security -- normally you type with no conscious attention to your typing, but your consciousness is drawn to be highly aware of the precise keys you're tapping, etc. -- the nefarious application being the potential ability to works towards a P300-based (or similar) type of analysis where your keystrokes are monitored as a matter of neural functioning (and either way, the attempted forced concentration on the specific letters being typed makes it difficult to protect privacy and security by being able to remotely monitor, and even record, the cognitive awareness of these keystrokes). In various senses, this contributes to the sense (and awareness of the reality) of a massive intrusion into your inner cognitive processes. Report the types of situations where you experienced this, and the reason you believe(d) the attempted forced concentration was being driven.

  1. Attempted forced concentration. The specific activity, thought process, etc., conscious attention was being driven to focus on. Whether this was associated with attempted forced subvocalizations. Whether other remotely administered thought processes, memories (real, planted or manipulated) were often associated with the situation. In consideration of the nature of this invasion of privacy and heightened neural monitoring, the reason(s) you believe this was being done (aside from promoting a sense of powerlessness.)

  2. Attempted forced concentration. The specific activity, thought process, etc., conscious attention was being driven to focus on. Whether this was associated with attempted forced subvocalizations. Whether other remotely administered thought processes, memories (real, planted or manipulated) were often associated with the situation. In consideration of the nature of this invasion of privacy and heightened neural monitoring, the reason(s) you believe this was being done (aside from promoting a sense of powerlessness.)

  3. Attempted forced concentration. The specific activity, thought process, etc., conscious attention was being driven to focus on. Whether this was associated with attempted forced subvocalizations. Whether other remotely administered thought processes, memories (real, planted or manipulated) were often associated with the situation. In consideration of the nature of this invasion of privacy and heightened neural monitoring, the reason(s) you believe this was being done (aside from promoting a sense of powerlessness.)

  4. Attempted forced concentration. The specific activity, thought process, etc., conscious attention was being driven to focus on. Whether this was associated with attempted forced subvocalizations. Whether other remotely administered thought processes, memories (real, planted or manipulated) were often associated with the situation. In consideration of the nature of this invasion of privacy and heightened neural monitoring, the reason(s) you believe this was being done (aside from promoting a sense of powerlessness.)

  5. Attempted forced concentration. The specific activity, thought process, etc., conscious attention was being driven to focus on. Whether this was associated with attempted forced subvocalizations. Whether other remotely administered thought processes, memories (real, planted or manipulated) were often associated with the situation. In consideration of the nature of this invasion of privacy and heightened neural monitoring, the reason(s) you believe this was being done (aside from promoting a sense of powerlessness.)

  6. Attempted forced concentration. The specific activity, thought process, etc., conscious attention was being driven to focus on. Whether this was associated with attempted forced subvocalizations. Whether other remotely administered thought processes, memories (real, planted or manipulated) were often associated with the situation. In consideration of the nature of this invasion of privacy and heightened neural monitoring, the reason(s) you believe this was being done (aside from promoting a sense of powerlessness.)

  7. Attempted forced concentration. The specific activity, thought process, etc., conscious attention was being driven to focus on. Whether this was associated with attempted forced subvocalizations. Whether other remotely administered thought processes, memories (real, planted or manipulated) were often associated with the situation. In consideration of the nature of this invasion of privacy and heightened neural monitoring, the reason(s) you believe this was being done (aside from promoting a sense of powerlessness.)

3.19: Demotivation (EH-RNM)

Knowing that you should do something, wanting to do something, not having any particular reason not to, but inexplicably simply not proceeding from "I'm about to do this" to actually doing it. E.g.: submitting job or school applications, contacting friends or family, documenting the harassment experiences, sending letters to promote awareness on organized stalking, following through on a medical or hygiene issue, etc. There really is no reason not to do the thing, you know it should be done, feel no apprehension which prevents you from following through, but nevertheless you do not follow through, in a way that you understand to be very much out of character for you. Consider this separately from distraction, where you are directed to do something other activity, or short-term memory is disrupted, where you simply forget what you were about to do. This is different from a case where, say, you're about to call an employer or a potential date and do not do so because you feel apprehensive, shy, anxious etc.

This would also be an appropriate place to report forms of demotivation where efforts to force you to do routine activities led you to assert your independence in a way which might appear as demotivation to an external observer.

  1. Demotivation. The activity or initiative you were not following through on. The specific or general time frame when this occurred. Whether directed conversation or other organized stalking and/or electronic harassment methods were used to harass you in relation to this (provide basic details, including location if not administered via synthetic telepathy). Whether at other times conditioned associations or remote influences (such as eliciting satisfaction to not do the thing, or some depressive or physically and/or mentally painful association was elicited) were applied to the same activity or initiative that perpetrators wished to demotivate you from following through on. Comment on the extent to which this demotivation is surprising, given your situation and self-knowledge. Whether you were permanently or generally deterred from this activity, or ultimately followed through on it including discussion of the difficulty in following through.

  2. Demotivation. The activity or initiative you were not following through on. The specific or general time frame when this occurred. Whether directed conversation or other organized stalking and/or electronic harassment methods were used to harass you in relation to this (provide basic details, including location if not administered via synthetic telepathy). Whether at other times conditioned associations or remote influences (such as eliciting satisfaction to not do the thing, or some depressive or physically and/or mentally painful association was elicited) were applied to the same activity or initiative that perpetrators wished to demotivate you from following through on. Comment on the extent to which this demotivation is surprising, given your situation and self-knowledge. Whether you were permanently or generally deterred from this activity, or ultimately followed through on it including discussion of the difficulty in following through.

  3. Demotivation. The activity or initiative you were not following through on. The specific or general time frame when this occurred. Whether directed conversation or other organized stalking and/or electronic harassment methods were used to harass you in relation to this (provide basic details, including location if not administered via synthetic telepathy). Whether at other times conditioned associations or remote influences (such as eliciting satisfaction to not do the thing, or some depressive or physically and/or mentally painful association was elicited) were applied to the same activity or initiative that perpetrators wished to demotivate you from following through on. Comment on the extent to which this demotivation is surprising, given your situation and self-knowledge. Whether you were permanently or generally deterred from this activity, or ultimately followed through on it including discussion of the difficulty in following through.

  4. Demotivation. The activity or initiative you were not following through on. The specific or general time frame when this occurred. Whether directed conversation or other organized stalking and/or electronic harassment methods were used to harass you in relation to this (provide basic details, including location if not administered via synthetic telepathy). Whether at other times conditioned associations or remote influences (such as eliciting satisfaction to not do the thing, or some depressive or physically and/or mentally painful association was elicited) were applied to the same activity or initiative that perpetrators wished to demotivate you from following through on. Comment on the extent to which this demotivation is surprising, given your situation and self-knowledge. Whether you were permanently or generally deterred from this activity, or ultimately followed through on it including discussion of the difficulty in following through.

  5. Demotivation. The activity or initiative you were not following through on. The specific or general time frame when this occurred. Whether directed conversation or other organized stalking and/or electronic harassment methods were used to harass you in relation to this (provide basic details, including location if not administered via synthetic telepathy). Whether at other times conditioned associations or remote influences (such as eliciting satisfaction to not do the thing, or some depressive or physically and/or mentally painful association was elicited) were applied to the same activity or initiative that perpetrators wished to demotivate you from following through on. Comment on the extent to which this demotivation is surprising, given your situation and self-knowledge. Whether you were permanently or generally deterred from this activity, or ultimately followed through on it including discussion of the difficulty in following through.

  6. Demotivation. The activity or initiative you were not following through on. The specific or general time frame when this occurred. Whether directed conversation or other organized stalking and/or electronic harassment methods were used to harass you in relation to this (provide basic details, including location if not administered via synthetic telepathy). Whether at other times conditioned associations or remote influences (such as eliciting satisfaction to not do the thing, or some depressive or physically and/or mentally painful association was elicited) were applied to the same activity or initiative that perpetrators wished to demotivate you from following through on. Comment on the extent to which this demotivation is surprising, given your situation and self-knowledge. Whether you were permanently or generally deterred from this activity, or ultimately followed through on it including discussion of the difficulty in following through.

  7. Demotivation. The activity or initiative you were not following through on. The specific or general time frame when this occurred. Whether directed conversation or other organized stalking and/or electronic harassment methods were used to harass you in relation to this (provide basic details, including location if not administered via synthetic telepathy). Whether at other times conditioned associations or remote influences (such as eliciting satisfaction to not do the thing, or some depressive or physically and/or mentally painful association was elicited) were applied to the same activity or initiative that perpetrators wished to demotivate you from following through on. Comment on the extent to which this demotivation is surprising, given your situation and self-knowledge. Whether you were permanently or generally deterred from this activity, or ultimately followed through on it including discussion of the difficulty in following through.

  8. Demotivation. The activity or initiative you were not following through on. The specific or general time frame when this occurred. Whether directed conversation or other organized stalking and/or electronic harassment methods were used to harass you in relation to this (provide basic details, including location if not administered via synthetic telepathy). Whether at other times conditioned associations or remote influences (such as eliciting satisfaction to not do the thing, or some depressive or physically and/or mentally painful association was elicited) were applied to the same activity or initiative that perpetrators wished to demotivate you from following through on. Comment on the extent to which this demotivation is surprising, given your situation and self-knowledge. Whether you were permanently or generally deterred from this activity, or ultimately followed through on it including discussion of the difficulty in following through.

3.20: Elicited hypochondria (EH-RNM)

Focus on the symptoms that you experienced. Also, the use or trigger words, phrases, projected sounds, visual associations, etc., used by the synthetic telepathy operators in conjunction with this. Also, if there were highly out of the ordinary discussions of such medical issues on media, whether media that you normally frequent, or media that other people introduced to you or suggested you should check out, it may be relevant to mention this.

There was equivalent field for this in the organized stalking section. Although there will be overlap, please mention the very basic nature of the organized stalking techniques used to help elicit this hypochondria. The emphasis here is on the symptoms elicited via electronic weapons and the use of electronic weapons (including synthetic telepathy) to additionally elicit hypochondria.

Whether you ultimately sought medical attention (or advice from friends, family, co-workers, etc.). Advice given, including from whom. Any diagnostic outcomes (positive or negative) and which evidence supported it. Whether there was a proven medical issue (as opposed to an opinion that could not be strongly verified by the evidence).

Also, whether you discussed the use of electronic weapons and remote influencing technologies as what you believed to be causing the symptoms, including the response of friends, family, doctors, etc.

  1. Elicited hypochondria. The symptoms (if any). The specific timing, whether a short period, ongoing for a long time, or different periods with breaks. The physical or mental health issue you were suggested to be paranoid about. Synthetic telepathy sound, imaging, or thought influencing associations used to promote this hypochondria. Any advice given. Actual underlying condition found including whether evidence.

  2. Elicited hypochondria. The symptoms (if any). The specific timing, whether a short period, ongoing for a long time, or different periods with breaks. The physical or mental health issue you were suggested to be paranoid about. Synthetic telepathy sound, imaging, or thought influencing associations used to promote this hypochondria. Any advice given. Actual underlying condition found including whether evidence.

  3. Elicited hypochondria. The symptoms (if any). The specific timing, whether a short period, ongoing for a long time, or different periods with breaks. The physical or mental health issue you were suggested to be paranoid about. Synthetic telepathy sound, imaging, or thought influencing associations used to promote this hypochondria. Any advice given. Actual underlying condition found including whether evidence.

  4. Elicited hypochondria. The symptoms (if any). The specific timing, whether a short period, ongoing for a long time, or different periods with breaks. The physical or mental health issue you were suggested to be paranoid about. Synthetic telepathy sound, imaging, or thought influencing associations used to promote this hypochondria. Any advice given. Actual underlying condition found including whether evidence.

  5. Elicited hypochondria. The symptoms (if any). The specific timing, whether a short period, ongoing for a long time, or different periods with breaks. The physical or mental health issue you were suggested to be paranoid about. Synthetic telepathy sound, imaging, or thought influencing associations used to promote this hypochondria. Any advice given. Actual underlying condition found including whether evidence.

  6. Elicited hypochondria. The symptoms (if any). The specific timing, whether a short period, ongoing for a long time, or different periods with breaks. The physical or mental health issue you were suggested to be paranoid about. Synthetic telepathy sound, imaging, or thought influencing associations used to promote this hypochondria. Any advice given. Actual underlying condition found including whether evidence.

3.21: Headaches (EH-RNM)

Some people really don't get headaches very often. Some people get them often but not that badly. Some people get bad headaches and often. However, headaches do not usually arrive at perfectly "the wrong time". Some people change between these different situations at different stages of their life, sometimes temporarily and sometimes permanently. However, in conjunction with the great number of other issues of remote influencing technologies and how they are being used to torture people, this helps to fill out the picture more completely. I have never experienced this is a way that I strongly felt was linked to remote neuroweapons influences, but some people have reported this. This may just be the torturers trying to "take credit for your pain" when they have nothing to do with it, but anyways, this entry is included.

  1. Headaches. Types of situations, or types of things that you're preparing for, or working on, when you get headache attacks that seem altogether out of the ordinary according to what you know about your body, and your experience. Why this seems particularly out of the ordinary.

  2. Headaches. Types of situations, or types of things that you're preparing for, or working on, when you get headache attacks that seem altogether out of the ordinary according to what you know about your body, and your experience. Why this seems particularly out of the ordinary.

  3. Headaches. Types of situations, or types of things that you're preparing for, or working on, when you get headache attacks that seem altogether out of the ordinary according to what you know about your body, and your experience. Why this seems particularly out of the ordinary.

  4. Headaches. Types of situations, or types of things that you're preparing for, or working on, when you get headache attacks that seem altogether out of the ordinary according to what you know about your body, and your experience. Why this seems particularly out of the ordinary.

3.22: Panic attacks or unexplained very high stress (EH-RNM)

...including associations with heart palpitations, breathing difficulties, etc. This may be applied to drive you to do some highly discrediting things, or to deter you from certain types of activities.

  1. Panic attacks. A specific instance, or the general types of situations, where such panic attacks were elicited. The physiological symptoms, such as increased heart rate, heart palpitations, constrained breathing, etc. Whether cognitive panic was associated, leading to confused thinking, an unexplained sense of urgency relating to some issue of personal safety, public safety, perhaps relating to a conspiracy you had previously been concerned about or which was suddenly introduced to you around that time (including whether suggested via organized stalking or remote influencing means such as explicit words or images, or a projected thought process). Whether this ultimately led you to follow through with highly discrediting actions or communications, the responses of contacts and/or anonymous organized stalking, and the synthetic telepathy operators. Whether gaslighting you, discrediting you, or just mean-spirited toying with you appeared to be the primary motive.

  2. Panic attacks. A specific instance, or the general types of situations, where such panic attacks were elicited. The physiological symptoms, such as increased heart rate, heart palpitations, constrained breathing, etc. Whether cognitive panic was associated, leading to confused thinking, an unexplained sense of urgency relating to some issue of personal safety, public safety, perhaps relating to a conspiracy you had previously been concerned about or which was suddenly introduced to you around that time (including whether suggested via organized stalking or remote influencing means such as explicit words or images, or a projected thought process). Whether this ultimately led you to follow through with highly discrediting actions or communications, the responses of contacts and/or anonymous organized stalking, and the synthetic telepathy operators. Whether gaslighting you, discrediting you, or just mean-spirited toying with you appeared to be the primary motive.

  3. Panic attacks. A specific instance, or the general types of situations, where such panic attacks were elicited. The physiological symptoms, such as increased heart rate, heart palpitations, constrained breathing, etc. Whether cognitive panic was associated, leading to confused thinking, an unexplained sense of urgency relating to some issue of personal safety, public safety, perhaps relating to a conspiracy you had previously been concerned about or which was suddenly introduced to you around that time (including whether suggested via organized stalking or remote influencing means such as explicit words or images, or a projected thought process). Whether this ultimately led you to follow through with highly discrediting actions or communications, the responses of contacts and/or anonymous organized stalking, and the synthetic telepathy operators. Whether gaslighting you, discrediting you, or just mean-spirited toying with you appeared to be the primary motive.

  4. Panic attacks. A specific instance, or the general types of situations, where such panic attacks were elicited. The physiological symptoms, such as increased heart rate, heart palpitations, constrained breathing, etc. Whether cognitive panic was associated, leading to confused thinking, an unexplained sense of urgency relating to some issue of personal safety, public safety, perhaps relating to a conspiracy you had previously been concerned about or which was suddenly introduced to you around that time (including whether suggested via organized stalking or remote influencing means such as explicit words or images, or a projected thought process). Whether this ultimately led you to follow through with highly discrediting actions or communications, the responses of contacts and/or anonymous organized stalking, and the synthetic telepathy operators. Whether gaslighting you, discrediting you, or just mean-spirited toying with you appeared to be the primary motive.

  5. Panic attacks. A specific instance, or the general types of situations, where such panic attacks were elicited. The physiological symptoms, such as increased heart rate, heart palpitations, constrained breathing, etc. Whether cognitive panic was associated, leading to confused thinking, an unexplained sense of urgency relating to some issue of personal safety, public safety, perhaps relating to a conspiracy you had previously been concerned about or which was suddenly introduced to you around that time (including whether suggested via organized stalking or remote influencing means such as explicit words or images, or a projected thought process). Whether this ultimately led you to follow through with highly discrediting actions or communications, the responses of contacts and/or anonymous organized stalking, and the synthetic telepathy operators. Whether gaslighting you, discrediting you, or just mean-spirited toying with you appeared to be the primary motive.

  6. Panic attacks. A specific instance, or the general types of situations, where such panic attacks were elicited. The physiological symptoms, such as increased heart rate, heart palpitations, constrained breathing, etc. Whether cognitive panic was associated, leading to confused thinking, an unexplained sense of urgency relating to some issue of personal safety, public safety, perhaps relating to a conspiracy you had previously been concerned about or which was suddenly introduced to you around that time (including whether suggested via organized stalking or remote influencing means such as explicit words or images, or a projected thought process). Whether this ultimately led you to follow through with highly discrediting actions or communications, the responses of contacts and/or anonymous organized stalking, and the synthetic telepathy operators. Whether gaslighting you, discrediting you, or just mean-spirited toying with you appeared to be the primary motive.

3.23: Suppressed thinking (troubles focusing -- blocking thought processes) (EH-RNM)

Targeted individuals are all perfectly well aware that the ability to suppress the ability to concentrate or clearly think are commonly being applied via remote application of electronic weapons. This should be considered separately from intrusive thoughts, images, etc. being introduced, projections of a distraction to do something else, or eliciting some form of mental or physical perception which gets in the way of thinking something through. This is also different from interfering with memory processes or remembering what you were just doing (although they may be highly related). Here, what is to be documented is in relation to suddenly having difficulty thinking. For example, you may be trying to write down the torturous experiences, but suddenly you're getting to a key detail and it's nearly impossible to think clearly about what this is, how to express it. Or, you're trying to plan something out and you are significantly limited in the ability to think at all in what the next step might be (different from thinking, but just not arriving at the next idea yet). Whether associated with synthetic telepathy. (I believe that initially this is to condition a negative association to brainwash something out of someone, but at times it may me more so some kind of pathetic power game on the part of the operators -- punishment, of sorts, for refusing to submit to the brainwashing, refusing to comply with letting them guide all cognitive associations, etc.)

  1. Suppressed thinking. The specific situation or general type of situation where you find yourself with suppressed thinking processes. Whether associated with synthetic telepathy. Whether it seemed that a specific objective was at play (e.g., don't work on that kind of thing or think about that kind of thing), including general discouragement from thinking about or working on something. Whether organized stalkers were obviously aware of the application, including efforts to gaslight you in relation to such experiences or taking advantage of the thought suppression to proceed with harassment.

  2. Suppressed thinking. The specific situation or general type of situation where you find yourself with suppressed thinking processes. Whether associated with synthetic telepathy. Whether it seemed that a specific objective was at play (e.g., don't work on that kind of thing or think about that kind of thing), including general discouragement from thinking about or working on something. Whether organized stalkers were obviously aware of the application, including efforts to gaslight you in relation to such experiences or taking advantage of the thought suppression to proceed with harassment.

  3. Suppressed thinking. The specific situation or general type of situation where you find yourself with suppressed thinking processes. Whether associated with synthetic telepathy. Whether it seemed that a specific objective was at play (e.g., don't work on that kind of thing or think about that kind of thing), including general discouragement from thinking about or working on something. Whether organized stalkers were obviously aware of the application, including efforts to gaslight you in relation to such experiences or taking advantage of the thought suppression to proceed with harassment.

  4. Suppressed thinking. The specific situation or general type of situation where you find yourself with suppressed thinking processes. Whether associated with synthetic telepathy. Whether it seemed that a specific objective was at play (e.g., don't work on that kind of thing or think about that kind of thing), including general discouragement from thinking about or working on something. Whether organized stalkers were obviously aware of the application, including efforts to gaslight you in relation to such experiences or taking advantage of the thought suppression to proceed with harassment.

  5. Suppressed thinking. The specific situation or general type of situation where you find yourself with suppressed thinking processes. Whether associated with synthetic telepathy. Whether it seemed that a specific objective was at play (e.g., don't work on that kind of thing or think about that kind of thing), including general discouragement from thinking about or working on something. Whether organized stalkers were obviously aware of the application, including efforts to gaslight you in relation to such experiences or taking advantage of the thought suppression to proceed with harassment.

  6. Suppressed thinking. The specific situation or general type of situation where you find yourself with suppressed thinking processes. Whether associated with synthetic telepathy. Whether it seemed that a specific objective was at play (e.g., don't work on that kind of thing or think about that kind of thing), including general discouragement from thinking about or working on something. Whether organized stalkers were obviously aware of the application, including efforts to gaslight you in relation to such experiences or taking advantage of the thought suppression to proceed with harassment.

  7. Suppressed thinking. The specific situation or general type of situation where you find yourself with suppressed thinking processes. Whether associated with synthetic telepathy. Whether it seemed that a specific objective was at play (e.g., don't work on that kind of thing or think about that kind of thing), including general discouragement from thinking about or working on something. Whether organized stalkers were obviously aware of the application, including efforts to gaslight you in relation to such experiences or taking advantage of the thought suppression to proceed with harassment.

3.24: Attempted forcing imagery to be associated with your thinking (EH-RNM)

Namely, when you are starting to think about something, in order to evaluate your level of knowledge on something (it may be disguised as an effort to "help you" think it through more deeply), efforts to promote activity of the visual cortex, in addition to associations between more abstract concepts and how you visualize them, etc. (It is not at all clear to me which sorts of brainwave-influencing or neural-influencing processes are involved here, but my experience is that this is 100% obviously happening -- especially, they try to invade my thought processes when doing work or thinking about issues that they want to more completely fill in my profile about.) Perhaps they are eliciting real, planted or manipulated memories at the same time as trying to uncover, or bring to the front of your thinking process, other imagery which can be recorded and used at a future date to further trigger real, planted or manipulated "memories". However, this question of attempted forcing imagery to be associated with your thinking should be considered as altogether separate from the fact of triggering real and/or planted memories, projecting images, etc., on the part of the synthetic telepathy operator.

This section might be very uncomfortable to think through carefully. In the meantime, do not allow yourself to be persuaded to believe that having some image brought to the fore by any means whatsoever is "evidence" of anything. If it seems tough to handle as you get started, I encourage you to skip to the next section and consider returning to this at a later time.

  1. Forcing imagery. The thing you are/were thinking about (general or very specific). Imagery brought to the fore. Whether this is associated to what you believe are "real memories", planted memories, manipulated memories, the product of dreams which were brought into the realm of consciousness by reminder in lucid states just before falling asleep or just after waking up, or some effort to discover how you associate imagery with abstract thinking process (for example, relating to maths, sciences, philosophy, spirituality, etc.) or things from your working or personal life.

  2. Forcing imagery. The thing you are/were thinking about (general or very specific). Imagery brought to the fore. Whether this is associated to what you believe are "real memories", planted memories, manipulated memories, the product of dreams which were brought into the realm of consciousness by reminder in lucid states just before falling asleep or just after waking up, or some effort to discover how you associate imagery with abstract thinking process (for example, relating to maths, sciences, philosophy, spirituality, etc.) or things from your working or personal life.

  3. Forcing imagery. The thing you are/were thinking about (general or very specific). Imagery brought to the fore. Whether this is associated to what you believe are "real memories", planted memories, manipulated memories, the product of dreams which were brought into the realm of consciousness by reminder in lucid states just before falling asleep or just after waking up, or some effort to discover how you associate imagery with abstract thinking process (for example, relating to maths, sciences, philosophy, spirituality, etc.) or things from your working or personal life.

  4. Forcing imagery. The thing you are/were thinking about (general or very specific). Imagery brought to the fore. Whether this is associated to what you believe are "real memories", planted memories, manipulated memories, the product of dreams which were brought into the realm of consciousness by reminder in lucid states just before falling asleep or just after waking up, or some effort to discover how you associate imagery with abstract thinking process (for example, relating to maths, sciences, philosophy, spirituality, etc.) or things from your working or personal life.

  5. Forcing imagery. The thing you are/were thinking about (general or very specific). Imagery brought to the fore. Whether this is associated to what you believe are "real memories", planted memories, manipulated memories, the product of dreams which were brought into the realm of consciousness by reminder in lucid states just before falling asleep or just after waking up, or some effort to discover how you associate imagery with abstract thinking process (for example, relating to maths, sciences, philosophy, spirituality, etc.) or things from your working or personal life.

  6. Forcing imagery. The thing you are/were thinking about (general or very specific). Imagery brought to the fore. Whether this is associated to what you believe are "real memories", planted memories, manipulated memories, the product of dreams which were brought into the realm of consciousness by reminder in lucid states just before falling asleep or just after waking up, or some effort to discover how you associate imagery with abstract thinking process (for example, relating to maths, sciences, philosophy, spirituality, etc.) or things from your working or personal life.

  7. Forcing imagery. The thing you are/were thinking about (general or very specific). Imagery brought to the fore. Whether this is associated to what you believe are "real memories", planted memories, manipulated memories, the product of dreams which were brought into the realm of consciousness by reminder in lucid states just before falling asleep or just after waking up, or some effort to discover how you associate imagery with abstract thinking process (for example, relating to maths, sciences, philosophy, spirituality, etc.) or things from your working or personal life.

  8. Forcing imagery. The thing you are/were thinking about (general or very specific). Imagery brought to the fore. Whether this is associated to what you believe are "real memories", planted memories, manipulated memories, the product of dreams which were brought into the realm of consciousness by reminder in lucid states just before falling asleep or just after waking up, or some effort to discover how you associate imagery with abstract thinking process (for example, relating to maths, sciences, philosophy, spirituality, etc.) or things from your working or personal life.

  9. Forcing imagery. The thing you are/were thinking about (general or very specific). Imagery brought to the fore. Whether this is associated to what you believe are "real memories", planted memories, manipulated memories, the product of dreams which were brought into the realm of consciousness by reminder in lucid states just before falling asleep or just after waking up, or some effort to discover how you associate imagery with abstract thinking process (for example, relating to maths, sciences, philosophy, spirituality, etc.) or things from your working or personal life.

  10. Forcing imagery. The thing you are/were thinking about (general or very specific). Imagery brought to the fore. Whether this is associated to what you believe are "real memories", planted memories, manipulated memories, the product of dreams which were brought into the realm of consciousness by reminder in lucid states just before falling asleep or just after waking up, or some effort to discover how you associate imagery with abstract thinking process (for example, relating to maths, sciences, philosophy, spirituality, etc.) or things from your working or personal life.

  11. Forcing imagery. The thing you are/were thinking about (general or very specific). Imagery brought to the fore. Whether this is associated to what you believe are "real memories", planted memories, manipulated memories, the product of dreams which were brought into the realm of consciousness by reminder in lucid states just before falling asleep or just after waking up, or some effort to discover how you associate imagery with abstract thinking process (for example, relating to maths, sciences, philosophy, spirituality, etc.) or things from your working or personal life.

  12. Forcing imagery. The thing you are/were thinking about (general or very specific). Imagery brought to the fore. Whether this is associated to what you believe are "real memories", planted memories, manipulated memories, the product of dreams which were brought into the realm of consciousness by reminder in lucid states just before falling asleep or just after waking up, or some effort to discover how you associate imagery with abstract thinking process (for example, relating to maths, sciences, philosophy, spirituality, etc.) or things from your working or personal life.

3.25: Associations with thought processes (EH-RNM)

It appears obvious that there is some sort of AI software at play, in addition to a synthetic telepathy operator who specialize in "figuring YOU out" (at least for some targeted individuals who receive significant additional attention), which triggers associations when you reach certain thoughts, topics, etc. Examples may include: 1) When something about money, banking, paid work, etc., comes up, they drive (or project) the association with, say, what they believe to be your password or bank account balance); 2) When you consider checking your email, a password that they believe to be correct is projected (generally in the form of images, I believe);3) For planting false associations, for example whenever you are reading about, thinking about, or near, say, animals or children, to project images or genitalia, project thoughts of some form of molestation, etc.; 4) Whenever seeing or thinking about homeless people, darker-toned people, etc., projecting a sense of disgust, or at least lack of respect (however, I suspect this reflects the unintentional projections of the individual operator, rather more so than any AI/software support); 5) Whenever ever you're doing/thinking something that "you're not allowed to do/think", they may trigger associations that they know are bothersome or painful to you.

This is liable to be associated with efforts to drive subvocalizations (where you speak to yourself within your mind), such as "I love evil/embarrassing thing...", or efforts to elicit real, planted and/or manipulated "memories" to associate with a thought process. Not only is this invasive to the nth degree may contribute to a loss of sense of control, it may be combined with other measures to promote associations to the point that the victim can be brainwashed into another way of thinking, behaving, etc. - especiallyif you are unaware that this can all be done remotely.

This section might be very uncomfortable to think through carefully. In the meantime, do not allow yourself to be persuaded to believe that having some image brought to the fore by any means whatsoever is "evidence" of anything. If it seems tough to handle as you get started, I encourage you to skip to the next section and consider returning to this at a later time.

  1. The specific thought process, real/planted/manipulated "memory", etc. The things which were associated to this, resulting in elicitation of the thought process they want you to think about. Whether you believe this has been successfully planted as an automatic association, or whether you believe the operators of the synthetic telepathy, and/or supported by AI software, are primarily involved in driving this association and that you would otherwise not have this association at all. Approximately when you because aware that these thoughts were having the association. Approximately when you started to realize that it was not your independent thought, anything "wrong with you", but rather, thought processes and associations being driven remotely, either to plain and simply harass you and establish a loss of control over your own very self, or for the purpose of brainwashing you into believing that you actually had such an association.

  2. The specific thought process, real/planted/manipulated "memory", etc. The things which were associated to this, resulting in elicitation of the thought process they want you to think about. Whether you believe this has been successfully planted as an automatic association, or whether you believe the operators of the synthetic telepathy, and/or supported by AI software, are primarily involved in driving this association and that you would otherwise not have this association at all. Approximately when you because aware that these thoughts were having the association. Approximately when you started to realize that it was not your independent thought, anything "wrong with you", but rather, thought processes and associations being driven remotely, either to plain and simply harass you and establish a loss of control over your own very self, or for the purpose of brainwashing you into believing that you actually had such an association.

  3. The specific thought process, real/planted/manipulated "memory", etc. The things which were associated to this, resulting in elicitation of the thought process they want you to think about. Whether you believe this has been successfully planted as an automatic association, or whether you believe the operators of the synthetic telepathy, and/or supported by AI software, are primarily involved in driving this association and that you would otherwise not have this association at all. Approximately when you because aware that these thoughts were having the association. Approximately when you started to realize that it was not your independent thought, anything "wrong with you", but rather, thought processes and associations being driven remotely, either to plain and simply harass you and establish a loss of control over your own very self, or for the purpose of brainwashing you into believing that you actually had such an association.

  4. The specific thought process, real/planted/manipulated "memory", etc. The things which were associated to this, resulting in elicitation of the thought process they want you to think about. Whether you believe this has been successfully planted as an automatic association, or whether you believe the operators of the synthetic telepathy, and/or supported by AI software, are primarily involved in driving this association and that you would otherwise not have this association at all. Approximately when you because aware that these thoughts were having the association. Approximately when you started to realize that it was not your independent thought, anything "wrong with you", but rather, thought processes and associations being driven remotely, either to plain and simply harass you and establish a loss of control over your own very self, or for the purpose of brainwashing you into believing that you actually had such an association.

  5. The specific thought process, real/planted/manipulated "memory", etc. The things which were associated to this, resulting in elicitation of the thought process they want you to think about. Whether you believe this has been successfully planted as an automatic association, or whether you believe the operators of the synthetic telepathy, and/or supported by AI software, are primarily involved in driving this association and that you would otherwise not have this association at all. Approximately when you because aware that these thoughts were having the association. Approximately when you started to realize that it was not your independent thought, anything "wrong with you", but rather, thought processes and associations being driven remotely, either to plain and simply harass you and establish a loss of control over your own very self, or for the purpose of brainwashing you into believing that you actually had such an association.

  6. The specific thought process, real/planted/manipulated "memory", etc. The things which were associated to this, resulting in elicitation of the thought process they want you to think about. Whether you believe this has been successfully planted as an automatic association, or whether you believe the operators of the synthetic telepathy, and/or supported by AI software, are primarily involved in driving this association and that you would otherwise not have this association at all. Approximately when you because aware that these thoughts were having the association. Approximately when you started to realize that it was not your independent thought, anything "wrong with you", but rather, thought processes and associations being driven remotely, either to plain and simply harass you and establish a loss of control over your own very self, or for the purpose of brainwashing you into believing that you actually had such an association.

  7. The specific thought process, real/planted/manipulated "memory", etc. The things which were associated to this, resulting in elicitation of the thought process they want you to think about. Whether you believe this has been successfully planted as an automatic association, or whether you believe the operators of the synthetic telepathy, and/or supported by AI software, are primarily involved in driving this association and that you would otherwise not have this association at all. Approximately when you because aware that these thoughts were having the association. Approximately when you started to realize that it was not your independent thought, anything "wrong with you", but rather, thought processes and associations being driven remotely, either to plain and simply harass you and establish a loss of control over your own very self, or for the purpose of brainwashing you into believing that you actually had such an association.

  8. The specific thought process, real/planted/manipulated "memory", etc. The things which were associated to this, resulting in elicitation of the thought process they want you to think about. Whether you believe this has been successfully planted as an automatic association, or whether you believe the operators of the synthetic telepathy, and/or supported by AI software, are primarily involved in driving this association and that you would otherwise not have this association at all. Approximately when you because aware that these thoughts were having the association. Approximately when you started to realize that it was not your independent thought, anything "wrong with you", but rather, thought processes and associations being driven remotely, either to plain and simply harass you and establish a loss of control over your own very self, or for the purpose of brainwashing you into believing that you actually had such an association.

  9. The specific thought process, real/planted/manipulated "memory", etc. The things which were associated to this, resulting in elicitation of the thought process they want you to think about. Whether you believe this has been successfully planted as an automatic association, or whether you believe the operators of the synthetic telepathy, and/or supported by AI software, are primarily involved in driving this association and that you would otherwise not have this association at all. Approximately when you because aware that these thoughts were having the association. Approximately when you started to realize that it was not your independent thought, anything "wrong with you", but rather, thought processes and associations being driven remotely, either to plain and simply harass you and establish a loss of control over your own very self, or for the purpose of brainwashing you into believing that you actually had such an association.

  10. The specific thought process, real/planted/manipulated "memory", etc. The things which were associated to this, resulting in elicitation of the thought process they want you to think about. Whether you believe this has been successfully planted as an automatic association, or whether you believe the operators of the synthetic telepathy, and/or supported by AI software, are primarily involved in driving this association and that you would otherwise not have this association at all. Approximately when you because aware that these thoughts were having the association. Approximately when you started to realize that it was not your independent thought, anything "wrong with you", but rather, thought processes and associations being driven remotely, either to plain and simply harass you and establish a loss of control over your own very self, or for the purpose of brainwashing you into believing that you actually had such an association.

3.26: Planted dreams (EH-RNM)

Efforts to massage them into your consciousness as "real memories". This may begin with a process of suggestion by organized stalking, or a process of suggestion via synthetic telepathy. To many targeted individuals, it is also obvious that directly introducing a degree of content into dreams (perhaps during somewhat lucid states), and allowing your own mind to fill in a level of detail, is clearly possible. This may serve as a precursor to planting a memory.

  1. Planted dreams. A general description of the dream. Approximately when the dream was planted, if you remember (and whether recurring). Whether the dream was regularly elicited during waking hours, and whether it was done just to assert a sense of loss of control over your cognitive process or whether involved in an effort to plant a memory. Whether organized stalkers discussed any details of this planted dream. Whether references in any media appeared related (only mention if you can be very specific). Any other comments about what you believe might have been the general relevance of the planted dream. Whether you believe the dream might have partially originated from yourself, and in waking hours or lucid states (just before sleep, just after waking) whether synthetic telepathy was used to manipulate the content, and if so if any likely reasons.

  2. Planted dreams. A general description of the dream. Approximately when the dream was planted, if you remember (and whether recurring). Whether the dream was regularly elicited during waking hours, and whether it was done just to assert a sense of loss of control over your cognitive process or whether involved in an effort to plant a memory. Whether organized stalkers discussed any details of this planted dream. Whether references in any media appeared related (only mention if you can be very specific). Any other comments about what you believe might have been the general relevance of the planted dream. Whether you believe the dream might have partially originated from yourself, and in waking hours or lucid states (just before sleep, just after waking) whether synthetic telepathy was used to manipulate the content, and if so if any likely reasons.

  3. Planted dreams. A general description of the dream. Approximately when the dream was planted, if you remember (and whether recurring). Whether the dream was regularly elicited during waking hours, and whether it was done just to assert a sense of loss of control over your cognitive process or whether involved in an effort to plant a memory. Whether organized stalkers discussed any details of this planted dream. Whether references in any media appeared related (only mention if you can be very specific). Any other comments about what you believe might have been the general relevance of the planted dream. Whether you believe the dream might have partially originated from yourself, and in waking hours or lucid states (just before sleep, just after waking) whether synthetic telepathy was used to manipulate the content, and if so if any likely reasons.

  4. Planted dreams. A general description of the dream. Approximately when the dream was planted, if you remember (and whether recurring). Whether the dream was regularly elicited during waking hours, and whether it was done just to assert a sense of loss of control over your cognitive process or whether involved in an effort to plant a memory. Whether organized stalkers discussed any details of this planted dream. Whether references in any media appeared related (only mention if you can be very specific). Any other comments about what you believe might have been the general relevance of the planted dream. Whether you believe the dream might have partially originated from yourself, and in waking hours or lucid states (just before sleep, just after waking) whether synthetic telepathy was used to manipulate the content, and if so if any likely reasons.

  5. Planted dreams. A general description of the dream. Approximately when the dream was planted, if you remember (and whether recurring). Whether the dream was regularly elicited during waking hours, and whether it was done just to assert a sense of loss of control over your cognitive process or whether involved in an effort to plant a memory. Whether organized stalkers discussed any details of this planted dream. Whether references in any media appeared related (only mention if you can be very specific). Any other comments about what you believe might have been the general relevance of the planted dream. Whether you believe the dream might have partially originated from yourself, and in waking hours or lucid states (just before sleep, just after waking) whether synthetic telepathy was used to manipulate the content, and if so if any likely reasons.

  6. Planted dreams. A general description of the dream. Approximately when the dream was planted, if you remember (and whether recurring). Whether the dream was regularly elicited during waking hours, and whether it was done just to assert a sense of loss of control over your cognitive process or whether involved in an effort to plant a memory. Whether organized stalkers discussed any details of this planted dream. Whether references in any media appeared related (only mention if you can be very specific). Any other comments about what you believe might have been the general relevance of the planted dream. Whether you believe the dream might have partially originated from yourself, and in waking hours or lucid states (just before sleep, just after waking) whether synthetic telepathy was used to manipulate the content, and if so if any likely reasons.

  7. Planted dreams. A general description of the dream. Approximately when the dream was planted, if you remember (and whether recurring). Whether the dream was regularly elicited during waking hours, and whether it was done just to assert a sense of loss of control over your cognitive process or whether involved in an effort to plant a memory. Whether organized stalkers discussed any details of this planted dream. Whether references in any media appeared related (only mention if you can be very specific). Any other comments about what you believe might have been the general relevance of the planted dream. Whether you believe the dream might have partially originated from yourself, and in waking hours or lucid states (just before sleep, just after waking) whether synthetic telepathy was used to manipulate the content, and if so if any likely reasons.

  8. Planted dreams. A general description of the dream. Approximately when the dream was planted, if you remember (and whether recurring). Whether the dream was regularly elicited during waking hours, and whether it was done just to assert a sense of loss of control over your cognitive process or whether involved in an effort to plant a memory. Whether organized stalkers discussed any details of this planted dream. Whether references in any media appeared related (only mention if you can be very specific). Any other comments about what you believe might have been the general relevance of the planted dream. Whether you believe the dream might have partially originated from yourself, and in waking hours or lucid states (just before sleep, just after waking) whether synthetic telepathy was used to manipulate the content, and if so if any likely reasons.

3.27: Planted memory/recollection (EH-RNM)

This is liable to be highly related to the previous entry on planting a dream. However, it may involve extensive efforts as a part of organized stalking, whether to a) slander you in relation to the notion that other people believe this, or b) much persuasion to try to convince you that it is in fact a real memory (that everyone KNOWS it's true). Also, synthetic telepathy is liable to be used with extensive manipulations to try to convince you it's true. For example, to trigger a sense of anxiety when forcing a subvocalization of "I did it", to trigger a sense of relaxation or good feeling shivers when they say "that's what forgiveness feels like", and major efforts to try to elicit subvocalizations or other thought patterns which the synthetic telepathy operators will then claim as "evidence" in YOUR thinking which demonstrates that this memory is true. In many cases, the victim is liable to be completely unaware of many early stages in the process. However, the kangaroo court is liable to continue on for months or years, perhaps forever, for a planted memory for which an association or image can be elicited via synthetic telepathy, with almost every imaginable effort to persuade the victim that the planted memory is in fact a real one.

  1. Planted memory. What "memory" planted. Approximately when you became aware of this. What details you can recall about how the planting was initially implemented, including whether by synthetic telepathy or via suggestion of organized stalkers. Whether it was used for purpose of slander. Whether any form of media appeared to be reinforcing this or suggesting awareness of the thing purported to be a real memory. Other associations with this planted memory. Triggers used to elicit the planted memory, whether words, tones, beats, songs, rhythms, colours, images, etc., or whether remotely projecting thought processes appears to have often been involved. Whether you came to believe it for a time. Whether this is a "memory" which you are presently uncertain of the authenticity of (if so, expect the perpetrators to upscale the manipulations significantly as a result of admitting so).

  2. Planted memory. What "memory" planted. Approximately when you became aware of this. What details you can recall about how the planting was initially implemented, including whether by synthetic telepathy or via suggestion of organized stalkers. Whether it was used for purpose of slander. Whether any form of media appeared to be reinforcing this or suggesting awareness of the thing purported to be a real memory. Other associations with this planted memory. Triggers used to elicit the planted memory, whether words, tones, beats, songs, rhythms, colours, images, etc., or whether remotely projecting thought processes appears to have often been involved. Whether you came to believe it for a time. Whether this is a "memory" which you are presently uncertain of the authenticity of (if so, expect the perpetrators to upscale the manipulations significantly as a result of admitting so).

  3. Planted memory. What "memory" planted. Approximately when you became aware of this. What details you can recall about how the planting was initially implemented, including whether by synthetic telepathy or via suggestion of organized stalkers. Whether it was used for purpose of slander. Whether any form of media appeared to be reinforcing this or suggesting awareness of the thing purported to be a real memory. Other associations with this planted memory. Triggers used to elicit the planted memory, whether words, tones, beats, songs, rhythms, colours, images, etc., or whether remotely projecting thought processes appears to have often been involved. Whether you came to believe it for a time. Whether this is a "memory" which you are presently uncertain of the authenticity of (if so, expect the perpetrators to upscale the manipulations significantly as a result of admitting so).

  4. Planted memory. What "memory" planted. Approximately when you became aware of this. What details you can recall about how the planting was initially implemented, including whether by synthetic telepathy or via suggestion of organized stalkers. Whether it was used for purpose of slander. Whether any form of media appeared to be reinforcing this or suggesting awareness of the thing purported to be a real memory. Other associations with this planted memory. Triggers used to elicit the planted memory, whether words, tones, beats, songs, rhythms, colours, images, etc., or whether remotely projecting thought processes appears to have often been involved. Whether you came to believe it for a time. Whether this is a "memory" which you are presently uncertain of the authenticity of (if so, expect the perpetrators to upscale the manipulations significantly as a result of admitting so).

  5. Planted memory. What "memory" planted. Approximately when you became aware of this. What details you can recall about how the planting was initially implemented, including whether by synthetic telepathy or via suggestion of organized stalkers. Whether it was used for purpose of slander. Whether any form of media appeared to be reinforcing this or suggesting awareness of the thing purported to be a real memory. Other associations with this planted memory. Triggers used to elicit the planted memory, whether words, tones, beats, songs, rhythms, colours, images, etc., or whether remotely projecting thought processes appears to have often been involved. Whether you came to believe it for a time. Whether this is a "memory" which you are presently uncertain of the authenticity of (if so, expect the perpetrators to upscale the manipulations significantly as a result of admitting so).

  6. Planted memory. What "memory" planted. Approximately when you became aware of this. What details you can recall about how the planting was initially implemented, including whether by synthetic telepathy or via suggestion of organized stalkers. Whether it was used for purpose of slander. Whether any form of media appeared to be reinforcing this or suggesting awareness of the thing purported to be a real memory. Other associations with this planted memory. Triggers used to elicit the planted memory, whether words, tones, beats, songs, rhythms, colours, images, etc., or whether remotely projecting thought processes appears to have often been involved. Whether you came to believe it for a time. Whether this is a "memory" which you are presently uncertain of the authenticity of (if so, expect the perpetrators to upscale the manipulations significantly as a result of admitting so).

  7. Planted memory. What "memory" planted. Approximately when you became aware of this. What details you can recall about how the planting was initially implemented, including whether by synthetic telepathy or via suggestion of organized stalkers. Whether it was used for purpose of slander. Whether any form of media appeared to be reinforcing this or suggesting awareness of the thing purported to be a real memory. Other associations with this planted memory. Triggers used to elicit the planted memory, whether words, tones, beats, songs, rhythms, colours, images, etc., or whether remotely projecting thought processes appears to have often been involved. Whether you came to believe it for a time. Whether this is a "memory" which you are presently uncertain of the authenticity of (if so, expect the perpetrators to upscale the manipulations significantly as a result of admitting so).

  8. Planted memory. What "memory" planted. Approximately when you became aware of this. What details you can recall about how the planting was initially implemented, including whether by synthetic telepathy or via suggestion of organized stalkers. Whether it was used for purpose of slander. Whether any form of media appeared to be reinforcing this or suggesting awareness of the thing purported to be a real memory. Other associations with this planted memory. Triggers used to elicit the planted memory, whether words, tones, beats, songs, rhythms, colours, images, etc., or whether remotely projecting thought processes appears to have often been involved. Whether you came to believe it for a time. Whether this is a "memory" which you are presently uncertain of the authenticity of (if so, expect the perpetrators to upscale the manipulations significantly as a result of admitting so).

3.28: Directed energy weapons

While I am aware that there is some technological capacity in this regard, I personally believe that stimulus of pain centres in the brain may often be the primary event here, not actual burning, and that the whole thing about microwave radiation, direct energy weapons, etc., being used to "burn people alive" is only very rarely (if at all) used as a part of torture in electromagnetic warfare (etc.) I'm also inclined to believe that in many cases the terrorists like to pay attention to become aware of (including for the purpose of trying to cause) any instant where, say, you get some bumps, cuts, blisters, burns, etc., that happened by accident and you have no idea why, and then to jump on this to take credit for it, suggesting something like "that's a direct energy weapons - we can burn you alive - see the pain level rise? We can kill you. NOW SUBMIT!" (or some such thing)

Regardless of my doubts, this subsection provides space to report attacks by directed energy weapons.

  1. DEW. Areas of body often targeted. Locations where this often occurs. (Alternatively, locations where it occurs, and areas of body subjected to attack at those times.) Associations, such as neighbours arriving, etc., which may be used to manipulate you into believing that someone who is a potential contact, friend, etc., is personally responsible for it. Whether you have sought medical treatment, and if so what transpired as a result of this event (including whether you presented the doctor with "some random burn" or tried to explain it as a directed energy weapon event).

  2. DEW. Areas of body often targeted. Locations where this often occurs. (Alternatively, locations where it occurs, and areas of body subjected to attack at those times.) Associations, such as neighbours arriving, etc., which may be used to manipulate you into believing that someone who is a potential contact, friend, etc., is personally responsible for it. Whether you have sought medical treatment, and if so what transpired as a result of this event (including whether you presented the doctor with "some random burn" or tried to explain it as a directed energy weapon event).

  3. DEW. Areas of body often targeted. Locations where this often occurs. (Alternatively, locations where it occurs, and areas of body subjected to attack at those times.) Associations, such as neighbours arriving, etc., which may be used to manipulate you into believing that someone who is a potential contact, friend, etc., is personally responsible for it. Whether you have sought medical treatment, and if so what transpired as a result of this event (including whether you presented the doctor with "some random burn" or tried to explain it as a directed energy weapon event).

  4. DEW. Areas of body often targeted. Locations where this often occurs. (Alternatively, locations where it occurs, and areas of body subjected to attack at those times.) Associations, such as neighbours arriving, etc., which may be used to manipulate you into believing that someone who is a potential contact, friend, etc., is personally responsible for it. Whether you have sought medical treatment, and if so what transpired as a result of this event (including whether you presented the doctor with "some random burn" or tried to explain it as a directed energy weapon event).

3.29: Distractions or projections which alter your focus (EH-RNM)

For example, you are reading something and when getting to a detail that might be relevant in understanding something about corruption, the nature of a police, military or intelligence sector abuse, or understanding arguments in favour of good ethics, you find yourself suddenly skipping to the next sentences, paragraphs, or rapidly skimming instead of actually taking in the information. While skimming is normal for something that's not central to your interest, this is liable to apply to things that you are very interested in, as a means of preventing your further knowledge or reducing the quality of communications you may engage in about that subject. Other examples may be something like, you're working on something and are influenced to not double check your work, or to not give good attention to some detail, and are instead directed to the next element of the project, or perhaps something else altogether (perhaps by projecting or triggering some association that is bothersome, such as a sexual stimulus, planted memory, or anything known to frustrate or distract you, etc.) I believe this tends to be applied by the synthetic telepathy operator imagining themselves doing that, and projecting the sensation of doing so. It appears as though computer support may also be used to assist in determining the process to project a distraction or distracting association, most especially to ensure high regularity (which may also contribute to reinforcing a planted memory).

  1. Distracting influences. The general task you were working on, specifically something that should normally have been of very high interest to you, across when the sudden skipping ahead, beginning to skim, turning to another task, etc. began. Any associations linked to the event or type of event. Whether, in retrospect, there is such complete regularity in the distraction or distracting association that it seems unlikely that a human synthetic telepathy operator is generally doing this, or whether the distraction or distracting association came to be implemented with computer support. Whether this was part of planting a memory. Whether this was associated with deterring you, or associating a lack of interest, in learning or thinking about certain kinds of things. Any other comments you feel are relevant in relation to this segment of the documentation.

  2. Distracting influences. The general task you were working on, specifically something that should normally have been of very high interest to you, across when the sudden skipping ahead, beginning to skim, turning to another task, etc. began. Any associations linked to the event or type of event. Whether, in retrospect, there is such complete regularity in the distraction or distracting association that it seems unlikely that a human synthetic telepathy operator is generally doing this, or whether the distraction or distracting association came to be implemented with computer support. Whether this was part of planting a memory. Whether this was associated with deterring you, or associating a lack of interest, in learning or thinking about certain kinds of things. Any other comments you feel are relevant in relation to this segment of the documentation.

  3. Distracting influences. The general task you were working on, specifically something that should normally have been of very high interest to you, across when the sudden skipping ahead, beginning to skim, turning to another task, etc. began. Any associations linked to the event or type of event. Whether, in retrospect, there is such complete regularity in the distraction or distracting association that it seems unlikely that a human synthetic telepathy operator is generally doing this, or whether the distraction or distracting association came to be implemented with computer support. Whether this was part of planting a memory. Whether this was associated with deterring you, or associating a lack of interest, in learning or thinking about certain kinds of things. Any other comments you feel are relevant in relation to this segment of the documentation.

  4. Distracting influences. The general task you were working on, specifically something that should normally have been of very high interest to you, across when the sudden skipping ahead, beginning to skim, turning to another task, etc. began. Any associations linked to the event or type of event. Whether, in retrospect, there is such complete regularity in the distraction or distracting association that it seems unlikely that a human synthetic telepathy operator is generally doing this, or whether the distraction or distracting association came to be implemented with computer support. Whether this was part of planting a memory. Whether this was associated with deterring you, or associating a lack of interest, in learning or thinking about certain kinds of things. Any other comments you feel are relevant in relation to this segment of the documentation.

  5. Distracting influences. The general task you were working on, specifically something that should normally have been of very high interest to you, across when the sudden skipping ahead, beginning to skim, turning to another task, etc. began. Any associations linked to the event or type of event. Whether, in retrospect, there is such complete regularity in the distraction or distracting association that it seems unlikely that a human synthetic telepathy operator is generally doing this, or whether the distraction or distracting association came to be implemented with computer support. Whether this was part of planting a memory. Whether this was associated with deterring you, or associating a lack of interest, in learning or thinking about certain kinds of things. Any other comments you feel are relevant in relation to this segment of the documentation.

  6. Distracting influences. The general task you were working on, specifically something that should normally have been of very high interest to you, across when the sudden skipping ahead, beginning to skim, turning to another task, etc. began. Any associations linked to the event or type of event. Whether, in retrospect, there is such complete regularity in the distraction or distracting association that it seems unlikely that a human synthetic telepathy operator is generally doing this, or whether the distraction or distracting association came to be implemented with computer support. Whether this was part of planting a memory. Whether this was associated with deterring you, or associating a lack of interest, in learning or thinking about certain kinds of things. Any other comments you feel are relevant in relation to this segment of the documentation.

  7. Distracting influences. The general task you were working on, specifically something that should normally have been of very high interest to you, across when the sudden skipping ahead, beginning to skim, turning to another task, etc. began. Any associations linked to the event or type of event. Whether, in retrospect, there is such complete regularity in the distraction or distracting association that it seems unlikely that a human synthetic telepathy operator is generally doing this, or whether the distraction or distracting association came to be implemented with computer support. Whether this was part of planting a memory. Whether this was associated with deterring you, or associating a lack of interest, in learning or thinking about certain kinds of things. Any other comments you feel are relevant in relation to this segment of the documentation.

  8. Distracting influences. The general task you were working on, specifically something that should normally have been of very high interest to you, across when the sudden skipping ahead, beginning to skim, turning to another task, etc. began. Any associations linked to the event or type of event. Whether, in retrospect, there is such complete regularity in the distraction or distracting association that it seems unlikely that a human synthetic telepathy operator is generally doing this, or whether the distraction or distracting association came to be implemented with computer support. Whether this was part of planting a memory. Whether this was associated with deterring you, or associating a lack of interest, in learning or thinking about certain kinds of things. Any other comments you feel are relevant in relation to this segment of the documentation.

3.30: Manipulations while filling out this report (EH-RNM)

Efforts to manipulate your thinking, perceptions, views of what is important or relevant, during the process of filing out this report.

  1. Manipulations during report. The specific item being filled in. The date, time and place that it occurred. The way in which you perceived strong feelings designed to manipulate the way you felt about that issue. The specific different way in which you perceived it as a remote influence to change your documentation. Whether explicit "voice to skull" was used. Whether pleasure and pain/discomfort stimulus was applied. Whether "real world" (non-remote means of influencing you) processes were used, such as organized stalkers were, after your description, issuing any form of threat (e.g. perpetuating a slander, suggesting you'd be locked up in the psych ward, etc.) for speaking the truth of your situation. Any heightening of the organized stalking at the time of the reporting, including noise campaigns, mobbing, directed conversation, or any other non-remote means of intimidation, influence, etc. Any other comments which you feel are relevant in this regard, ideally tied to the specific item of attempted altering of perception, belief, memory, etc., with regard to reporting that specific aspect of organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc.

  2. Manipulations during report. The specific item being filled in. The date, time and place that it occurred. The way in which you perceived strong feelings designed to manipulate the way you felt about that issue. The specific different way in which you perceived it as a remote influence to change your documentation. Whether explicit "voice to skull" was used. Whether pleasure and pain/discomfort stimulus was applied. Whether "real world" (non-remote means of influencing you) processes were used, such as organized stalkers were, after your description, issuing any form of threat (e.g. perpetuating a slander, suggesting you'd be locked up in the psych ward, etc.) for speaking the truth of your situation. Any heightening of the organized stalking at the time of the reporting, including noise campaigns, mobbing, directed conversation, or any other non-remote means of intimidation, influence, etc. Any other comments which you feel are relevant in this regard, ideally tied to the specific item of attempted altering of perception, belief, memory, etc., with regard to reporting that specific aspect of organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc.

  3. Manipulations during report. The specific item being filled in. The date, time and place that it occurred. The way in which you perceived strong feelings designed to manipulate the way you felt about that issue. The specific different way in which you perceived it as a remote influence to change your documentation. Whether explicit "voice to skull" was used. Whether pleasure and pain/discomfort stimulus was applied. Whether "real world" (non-remote means of influencing you) processes were used, such as organized stalkers were, after your description, issuing any form of threat (e.g. perpetuating a slander, suggesting you'd be locked up in the psych ward, etc.) for speaking the truth of your situation. Any heightening of the organized stalking at the time of the reporting, including noise campaigns, mobbing, directed conversation, or any other non-remote means of intimidation, influence, etc. Any other comments which you feel are relevant in this regard, ideally tied to the specific item of attempted altering of perception, belief, memory, etc., with regard to reporting that specific aspect of organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc.

  4. Manipulations during report. The specific item being filled in. The date, time and place that it occurred. The way in which you perceived strong feelings designed to manipulate the way you felt about that issue. The specific different way in which you perceived it as a remote influence to change your documentation. Whether explicit "voice to skull" was used. Whether pleasure and pain/discomfort stimulus was applied. Whether "real world" (non-remote means of influencing you) processes were used, such as organized stalkers were, after your description, issuing any form of threat (e.g. perpetuating a slander, suggesting you'd be locked up in the psych ward, etc.) for speaking the truth of your situation. Any heightening of the organized stalking at the time of the reporting, including noise campaigns, mobbing, directed conversation, or any other non-remote means of intimidation, influence, etc. Any other comments which you feel are relevant in this regard, ideally tied to the specific item of attempted altering of perception, belief, memory, etc., with regard to reporting that specific aspect of organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc.

  5. Manipulations during report. The specific item being filled in. The date, time and place that it occurred. The way in which you perceived strong feelings designed to manipulate the way you felt about that issue. The specific different way in which you perceived it as a remote influence to change your documentation. Whether explicit "voice to skull" was used. Whether pleasure and pain/discomfort stimulus was applied. Whether "real world" (non-remote means of influencing you) processes were used, such as organized stalkers were, after your description, issuing any form of threat (e.g. perpetuating a slander, suggesting you'd be locked up in the psych ward, etc.) for speaking the truth of your situation. Any heightening of the organized stalking at the time of the reporting, including noise campaigns, mobbing, directed conversation, or any other non-remote means of intimidation, influence, etc. Any other comments which you feel are relevant in this regard, ideally tied to the specific item of attempted altering of perception, belief, memory, etc., with regard to reporting that specific aspect of organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc.

  6. Manipulations during report. The specific item being filled in. The date, time and place that it occurred. The way in which you perceived strong feelings designed to manipulate the way you felt about that issue. The specific different way in which you perceived it as a remote influence to change your documentation. Whether explicit "voice to skull" was used. Whether pleasure and pain/discomfort stimulus was applied. Whether "real world" (non-remote means of influencing you) processes were used, such as organized stalkers were, after your description, issuing any form of threat (e.g. perpetuating a slander, suggesting you'd be locked up in the psych ward, etc.) for speaking the truth of your situation. Any heightening of the organized stalking at the time of the reporting, including noise campaigns, mobbing, directed conversation, or any other non-remote means of intimidation, influence, etc. Any other comments which you feel are relevant in this regard, ideally tied to the specific item of attempted altering of perception, belief, memory, etc., with regard to reporting that specific aspect of organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc.

  7. Manipulations during report. The specific item being filled in. The date, time and place that it occurred. The way in which you perceived strong feelings designed to manipulate the way you felt about that issue. The specific different way in which you perceived it as a remote influence to change your documentation. Whether explicit "voice to skull" was used. Whether pleasure and pain/discomfort stimulus was applied. Whether "real world" (non-remote means of influencing you) processes were used, such as organized stalkers were, after your description, issuing any form of threat (e.g. perpetuating a slander, suggesting you'd be locked up in the psych ward, etc.) for speaking the truth of your situation. Any heightening of the organized stalking at the time of the reporting, including noise campaigns, mobbing, directed conversation, or any other non-remote means of intimidation, influence, etc. Any other comments which you feel are relevant in this regard, ideally tied to the specific item of attempted altering of perception, belief, memory, etc., with regard to reporting that specific aspect of organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc.

  8. Manipulations during report. The specific item being filled in. The date, time and place that it occurred. The way in which you perceived strong feelings designed to manipulate the way you felt about that issue. The specific different way in which you perceived it as a remote influence to change your documentation. Whether explicit "voice to skull" was used. Whether pleasure and pain/discomfort stimulus was applied. Whether "real world" (non-remote means of influencing you) processes were used, such as organized stalkers were, after your description, issuing any form of threat (e.g. perpetuating a slander, suggesting you'd be locked up in the psych ward, etc.) for speaking the truth of your situation. Any heightening of the organized stalking at the time of the reporting, including noise campaigns, mobbing, directed conversation, or any other non-remote means of intimidation, influence, etc. Any other comments which you feel are relevant in this regard, ideally tied to the specific item of attempted altering of perception, belief, memory, etc., with regard to reporting that specific aspect of organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc.

  9. Manipulations during report. The specific item being filled in. The date, time and place that it occurred. The way in which you perceived strong feelings designed to manipulate the way you felt about that issue. The specific different way in which you perceived it as a remote influence to change your documentation. Whether explicit "voice to skull" was used. Whether pleasure and pain/discomfort stimulus was applied. Whether "real world" (non-remote means of influencing you) processes were used, such as organized stalkers were, after your description, issuing any form of threat (e.g. perpetuating a slander, suggesting you'd be locked up in the psych ward, etc.) for speaking the truth of your situation. Any heightening of the organized stalking at the time of the reporting, including noise campaigns, mobbing, directed conversation, or any other non-remote means of intimidation, influence, etc. Any other comments which you feel are relevant in this regard, ideally tied to the specific item of attempted altering of perception, belief, memory, etc., with regard to reporting that specific aspect of organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc.

  10. Manipulations during report. The specific item being filled in. The date, time and place that it occurred. The way in which you perceived strong feelings designed to manipulate the way you felt about that issue. The specific different way in which you perceived it as a remote influence to change your documentation. Whether explicit "voice to skull" was used. Whether pleasure and pain/discomfort stimulus was applied. Whether "real world" (non-remote means of influencing you) processes were used, such as organized stalkers were, after your description, issuing any form of threat (e.g. perpetuating a slander, suggesting you'd be locked up in the psych ward, etc.) for speaking the truth of your situation. Any heightening of the organized stalking at the time of the reporting, including noise campaigns, mobbing, directed conversation, or any other non-remote means of intimidation, influence, etc. Any other comments which you feel are relevant in this regard, ideally tied to the specific item of attempted altering of perception, belief, memory, etc., with regard to reporting that specific aspect of organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc.

  11. Manipulations during report. The specific item being filled in. The date, time and place that it occurred. The way in which you perceived strong feelings designed to manipulate the way you felt about that issue. The specific different way in which you perceived it as a remote influence to change your documentation. Whether explicit "voice to skull" was used. Whether pleasure and pain/discomfort stimulus was applied. Whether "real world" (non-remote means of influencing you) processes were used, such as organized stalkers were, after your description, issuing any form of threat (e.g. perpetuating a slander, suggesting you'd be locked up in the psych ward, etc.) for speaking the truth of your situation. Any heightening of the organized stalking at the time of the reporting, including noise campaigns, mobbing, directed conversation, or any other non-remote means of intimidation, influence, etc. Any other comments which you feel are relevant in this regard, ideally tied to the specific item of attempted altering of perception, belief, memory, etc., with regard to reporting that specific aspect of organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc.

  12. Manipulations during report. The specific item being filled in. The date, time and place that it occurred. The way in which you perceived strong feelings designed to manipulate the way you felt about that issue. The specific different way in which you perceived it as a remote influence to change your documentation. Whether explicit "voice to skull" was used. Whether pleasure and pain/discomfort stimulus was applied. Whether "real world" (non-remote means of influencing you) processes were used, such as organized stalkers were, after your description, issuing any form of threat (e.g. perpetuating a slander, suggesting you'd be locked up in the psych ward, etc.) for speaking the truth of your situation. Any heightening of the organized stalking at the time of the reporting, including noise campaigns, mobbing, directed conversation, or any other non-remote means of intimidation, influence, etc. Any other comments which you feel are relevant in this regard, ideally tied to the specific item of attempted altering of perception, belief, memory, etc., with regard to reporting that specific aspect of organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc.

  13. Manipulations during report. The specific item being filled in. The date, time and place that it occurred. The way in which you perceived strong feelings designed to manipulate the way you felt about that issue. The specific different way in which you perceived it as a remote influence to change your documentation. Whether explicit "voice to skull" was used. Whether pleasure and pain/discomfort stimulus was applied. Whether "real world" (non-remote means of influencing you) processes were used, such as organized stalkers were, after your description, issuing any form of threat (e.g. perpetuating a slander, suggesting you'd be locked up in the psych ward, etc.) for speaking the truth of your situation. Any heightening of the organized stalking at the time of the reporting, including noise campaigns, mobbing, directed conversation, or any other non-remote means of intimidation, influence, etc. Any other comments which you feel are relevant in this regard, ideally tied to the specific item of attempted altering of perception, belief, memory, etc., with regard to reporting that specific aspect of organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc.

  14. Manipulations during report. The specific item being filled in. The date, time and place that it occurred. The way in which you perceived strong feelings designed to manipulate the way you felt about that issue. The specific different way in which you perceived it as a remote influence to change your documentation. Whether explicit "voice to skull" was used. Whether pleasure and pain/discomfort stimulus was applied. Whether "real world" (non-remote means of influencing you) processes were used, such as organized stalkers were, after your description, issuing any form of threat (e.g. perpetuating a slander, suggesting you'd be locked up in the psych ward, etc.) for speaking the truth of your situation. Any heightening of the organized stalking at the time of the reporting, including noise campaigns, mobbing, directed conversation, or any other non-remote means of intimidation, influence, etc. Any other comments which you feel are relevant in this regard, ideally tied to the specific item of attempted altering of perception, belief, memory, etc., with regard to reporting that specific aspect of organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc.

Section 4: Interactions with authorities or broader public

4.1: Interactions with police

Document each instance of interaction with police in relation to the situation of organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc. whether this was you reporting something or someone calling the police on you and that leading to an interaction with the police. This may also include "random" checks. In each case, specify whether you discussed the general situation of organized stalking at your personal level or at the social level, whether the police took your report as having any credibility, whether they suggested you were delusional, whether you were recommended to seek mental help, or whether you were forced to submit to a psychological evaluation as a result of your complaints (only provide very minimal details if forced into a psychological evaluation, such as the location you were taken to - details are dealt with below.)

  1. Interaction with police. The event reported, whether you reporting harassment or someone reporting something on you. Whether you have documentation of the interaction, or recorded the time, date and officer number. If you discussed the situation of organized stalking, the police response. If forced into psychological evaluation, the location taken to and a basic outline of how you were taken there, including the claimed justification (and if documentation of the reason obtained).

  2. Interaction with police. The event reported, whether you reporting harassment or someone reporting something on you. Whether you have documentation of the interaction, or recorded the time, date and officer number. If you discussed the situation of organized stalking, the police response. If forced into psychological evaluation, the location taken to and a basic outline of how you were taken there, including the claimed justification (and if documentation of the reason obtained).

  3. Interaction with police. The event reported, whether you reporting harassment or someone reporting something on you. Whether you have documentation of the interaction, or recorded the time, date and officer number. If you discussed the situation of organized stalking, the police response. If forced into psychological evaluation, the location taken to and a basic outline of how you were taken there, including the claimed justification (and if documentation of the reason obtained).

  4. Interaction with police. The event reported, whether you reporting harassment or someone reporting something on you. Whether you have documentation of the interaction, or recorded the time, date and officer number. If you discussed the situation of organized stalking, the police response. If forced into psychological evaluation, the location taken to and a basic outline of how you were taken there, including the claimed justification (and if documentation of the reason obtained).

  5. Interaction with police. The event reported, whether you reporting harassment or someone reporting something on you. Whether you have documentation of the interaction, or recorded the time, date and officer number. If you discussed the situation of organized stalking, the police response. If forced into psychological evaluation, the location taken to and a basic outline of how you were taken there, including the claimed justification (and if documentation of the reason obtained).

  6. Interaction with police. The event reported, whether you reporting harassment or someone reporting something on you. Whether you have documentation of the interaction, or recorded the time, date and officer number. If you discussed the situation of organized stalking, the police response. If forced into psychological evaluation, the location taken to and a basic outline of how you were taken there, including the claimed justification (and if documentation of the reason obtained).

  7. Interaction with police. The event reported, whether you reporting harassment or someone reporting something on you. Whether you have documentation of the interaction, or recorded the time, date and officer number. If you discussed the situation of organized stalking, the police response. If forced into psychological evaluation, the location taken to and a basic outline of how you were taken there, including the claimed justification (and if documentation of the reason obtained).

  8. Interaction with police. The event reported, whether you reporting harassment or someone reporting something on you. Whether you have documentation of the interaction, or recorded the time, date and officer number. If you discussed the situation of organized stalking, the police response. If forced into psychological evaluation, the location taken to and a basic outline of how you were taken there, including the claimed justification (and if documentation of the reason obtained).

4.2: Interactions with private security

The location and approximate date of the interaction. Whether you were reporting something about someone else, someone reporting something about you, or whether the private security initiated the interaction for some other reason. Outline the general story, including anything which seemed specifically relevant to the situation of organized stalking, including the reactions of others at that time or whether the event was later used for slandering, etc., purposes.

  1. Interactions with private security. Location and date. Outline of the event, including organized stalking at that time or incorporating the event into future organization stalking procedures. Whether police were called (if so, carry on with that in the section on interactions with police).

  2. Interactions with private security. Location and date. Outline of the event, including organized stalking at that time or incorporating the event into future organization stalking procedures. Whether police were called (if so, carry on with that in the section on interactions with police).

  3. Interactions with private security. Location and date. Outline of the event, including organized stalking at that time or incorporating the event into future organization stalking procedures. Whether police were called (if so, carry on with that in the section on interactions with police).

  4. Interactions with private security. Location and date. Outline of the event, including organized stalking at that time or incorporating the event into future organization stalking procedures. Whether police were called (if so, carry on with that in the section on interactions with police).

  5. Interactions with private security. Location and date. Outline of the event, including organized stalking at that time or incorporating the event into future organization stalking procedures. Whether police were called (if so, carry on with that in the section on interactions with police).

  6. Interactions with private security. Location and date. Outline of the event, including organized stalking at that time or incorporating the event into future organization stalking procedures. Whether police were called (if so, carry on with that in the section on interactions with police).

4.3: Interactions with paramedics

Who contacted the paramedics (e.g., 911). The reason for paramedics being contacted, both the formal explanation and whatever might have seemed as an underlying reason. Describe the interaction while being transported to a medical facility, for example the types of questions being asked, in particular whether they were generally related to the medical complaint leading to them being called. What you remember of how the paramedics described your medical complaint upon arriving at the medical facility (e.g., was your medical situation taken seriously).

This would also be a good place to report on details of other means of being transported to a medical facility, such as a family member insisting on it or taking a taxi for that purpose.

  1. Who made the call (if known), stated reason for it (if known), and actual reason for it (if known). Describe the experience while being transported to the medical facility, such as questions asked. The interaction between paramedics and doctors upon delivery. Any other potentially relevant details.

  2. Who made the call (if known), stated reason for it (if known), and actual reason for it (if known). Describe the experience while being transported to the medical facility, such as questions asked. The interaction between paramedics and doctors upon delivery. Any other potentially relevant details.

  3. Who made the call (if known), stated reason for it (if known), and actual reason for it (if known). Describe the experience while being transported to the medical facility, such as questions asked. The interaction between paramedics and doctors upon delivery. Any other potentially relevant details.

  4. Who made the call (if known), stated reason for it (if known), and actual reason for it (if known). Describe the experience while being transported to the medical facility, such as questions asked. The interaction between paramedics and doctors upon delivery. Any other potentially relevant details.

  5. Who made the call (if known), stated reason for it (if known), and actual reason for it (if known). Describe the experience while being transported to the medical facility, such as questions asked. The interaction between paramedics and doctors upon delivery. Any other potentially relevant details.

  6. Who made the call (if known), stated reason for it (if known), and actual reason for it (if known). Describe the experience while being transported to the medical facility, such as questions asked. The interaction between paramedics and doctors upon delivery. Any other potentially relevant details.

4.4: Interactions with non-mental health medical services

This should include more detail pursuant to the previous section which dealt with emergency services, in addition to other interactions with non-mental health medical services. First, the cause for seeking (or being taken for) medical attention. Proceed by describing the situation from the point of arrival and the initial meeting with each medical professional who attended to you (this may involve several stages). Were the administered tests, questions, advice, etc., related to the stated cause for seeking recourse to a medical service? How did the questioning proceed with the doctors, nurses, technicians, etc.? Were other people present who were involved in the organized stalking, or was there an unusually high presence of police, paramedics, etc., that seemed out of place for the situation, and if so, please share specific comments about their behaviour there, things they said, etc.? Any other comments that seem relevant.

  1. Interactions with medical services. The cause for seeking treatment. Whether you had felt pressured to seek medical advice. Experience from arrival until receiving service (may be framed differently for recurring visits). How the interaction went, the sorts of questions asked, whether tests ordered (and how that turned out), diagnoses presented (if any), etc. Any suspicious activities at the medical facility - the more detailed the better, especially if linked to other aspects of the organized stalking or electronic harassment.

  2. Interactions with medical services. The cause for seeking treatment. Whether you had felt pressured to seek medical advice. Experience from arrival until receiving service (may be framed differently for recurring visits). How the interaction went, the sorts of questions asked, whether tests ordered (and how that turned out), diagnoses presented (if any), etc. Any suspicious activities at the medical facility - the more detailed the better, especially if linked to other aspects of the organized stalking or electronic harassment.

  3. Interactions with medical services. The cause for seeking treatment. Whether you had felt pressured to seek medical advice. Experience from arrival until receiving service (may be framed differently for recurring visits). How the interaction went, the sorts of questions asked, whether tests ordered (and how that turned out), diagnoses presented (if any), etc. Any suspicious activities at the medical facility - the more detailed the better, especially if linked to other aspects of the organized stalking or electronic harassment.

  4. Interactions with medical services. The cause for seeking treatment. Whether you had felt pressured to seek medical advice. Experience from arrival until receiving service (may be framed differently for recurring visits). How the interaction went, the sorts of questions asked, whether tests ordered (and how that turned out), diagnoses presented (if any), etc. Any suspicious activities at the medical facility - the more detailed the better, especially if linked to other aspects of the organized stalking or electronic harassment.

  5. Interactions with medical services. The cause for seeking treatment. Whether you had felt pressured to seek medical advice. Experience from arrival until receiving service (may be framed differently for recurring visits). How the interaction went, the sorts of questions asked, whether tests ordered (and how that turned out), diagnoses presented (if any), etc. Any suspicious activities at the medical facility - the more detailed the better, especially if linked to other aspects of the organized stalking or electronic harassment.

  6. Interactions with medical services. The cause for seeking treatment. Whether you had felt pressured to seek medical advice. Experience from arrival until receiving service (may be framed differently for recurring visits). How the interaction went, the sorts of questions asked, whether tests ordered (and how that turned out), diagnoses presented (if any), etc. Any suspicious activities at the medical facility - the more detailed the better, especially if linked to other aspects of the organized stalking or electronic harassment.

  7. Interactions with medical services. The cause for seeking treatment. Whether you had felt pressured to seek medical advice. Experience from arrival until receiving service (may be framed differently for recurring visits). How the interaction went, the sorts of questions asked, whether tests ordered (and how that turned out), diagnoses presented (if any), etc. Any suspicious activities at the medical facility - the more detailed the better, especially if linked to other aspects of the organized stalking or electronic harassment.

  8. Interactions with medical services. The cause for seeking treatment. Whether you had felt pressured to seek medical advice. Experience from arrival until receiving service (may be framed differently for recurring visits). How the interaction went, the sorts of questions asked, whether tests ordered (and how that turned out), diagnoses presented (if any), etc. Any suspicious activities at the medical facility - the more detailed the better, especially if linked to other aspects of the organized stalking or electronic harassment.

  9. Interactions with medical services. The cause for seeking treatment. Whether you had felt pressured to seek medical advice. Experience from arrival until receiving service (may be framed differently for recurring visits). How the interaction went, the sorts of questions asked, whether tests ordered (and how that turned out), diagnoses presented (if any), etc. Any suspicious activities at the medical facility - the more detailed the better, especially if linked to other aspects of the organized stalking or electronic harassment.

  10. Interactions with medical services. The cause for seeking treatment. Whether you had felt pressured to seek medical advice. Experience from arrival until receiving service (may be framed differently for recurring visits). How the interaction went, the sorts of questions asked, whether tests ordered (and how that turned out), diagnoses presented (if any), etc. Any suspicious activities at the medical facility - the more detailed the better, especially if linked to other aspects of the organized stalking or electronic harassment.

4.5: Interactions with secret services, etc.

Here, there may be at least two types of entries. The first type of case may involve a lot discussion of conditioning, brainwashing and mobbing techniques associated with the specific claims, the purported reason for intimidation, etc. The second type of case is likely to focus almost exclusively on your experiences of electronic weapons, in addition to the sorts of manipulations experienced. However, is seems rather likely (some believe it to be obvious) that at least some non-state actors now have access to these invasive technologies, so please do not draw any such conclusions unless you have persuasive explanations as to why any such rogue elements within any formal apparatus of some state should be fingered for suspicion (aside from the simple fact of who is most likely to hold such technologies and get away with it - for the time being).

  1. First, for the case of people interacted with at identifiable locations, etc., the means via which you were told that a secret service was involved (could be numerous). The purported reason for their involvement (could be very numerous). List some number of specific instances, ideally including locations and dates, where these experiences transpired. Provide a basic description of the individual, such as whether they seemed homeless, scared, intimidated, suffering from powerlust and love of abusing people, how they were dressed, young, old, seeming desperate, whether they were a clear speaker or mumbled, whether they moved with "excessive" or very little confidence, whether they were apparently knowledgeable of your own speaking patterns and ways of moving, etc., and any other details that seem relevant to understanding that person's situation or how they were expected/influenced to interact with you. This may also include descriptions where the sounds appeared to (or were with complete certainty) originating from your neighbour.

    Second, for the case of people interacted with but their location was not verified, describe the synthetic telepathy experiences and details about interactions which make is reasonable to suggest that a secret service and/or others (perhaps including rogue agents within them) may be involved.

    Use your own discretion in deciding whether to organize the following by instances in time or by common theme of specific types of harassment, manipulation, conditioning, brainwashing, etc.

  2. First, for the case of people interacted with at identifiable locations, etc., the means via which you were told that a secret service was involved (could be numerous). The purported reason for their involvement (could be very numerous). List some number of specific instances, ideally including locations and dates, where these experiences transpired. Provide a basic description of the individual, such as whether they seemed homeless, scared, intimidated, suffering from powerlust and love of abusing people, how they were dressed, young, old, seeming desperate, whether they were a clear speaker or mumbled, whether they moved with "excessive" or very little confidence, whether they were apparently knowledgeable of your own speaking patterns and ways of moving, etc., and any other details that seem relevant to understanding that person's situation or how they were expected/influenced to interact with you. This may also include descriptions where the sounds appeared to (or were with complete certainty) originating from your neighbour.

    Second, for the case of people interacted with but their location was not verified, describe the synthetic telepathy experiences and details about interactions which make is reasonable to suggest that a secret service and/or others (perhaps including rogue agents within them) may be involved.

    Use your own discretion in deciding whether to organize the following by instances in time or by common theme of specific types of harassment, manipulation, conditioning, brainwashing, etc.

  3. First, for the case of people interacted with at identifiable locations, etc., the means via which you were told that a secret service was involved (could be numerous). The purported reason for their involvement (could be very numerous). List some number of specific instances, ideally including locations and dates, where these experiences transpired. Provide a basic description of the individual, such as whether they seemed homeless, scared, intimidated, suffering from powerlust and love of abusing people, how they were dressed, young, old, seeming desperate, whether they were a clear speaker or mumbled, whether they moved with "excessive" or very little confidence, whether they were apparently knowledgeable of your own speaking patterns and ways of moving, etc., and any other details that seem relevant to understanding that person's situation or how they were expected/influenced to interact with you. This may also include descriptions where the sounds appeared to (or were with complete certainty) originating from your neighbour.

    Second, for the case of people interacted with but their location was not verified, describe the synthetic telepathy experiences and details about interactions which make is reasonable to suggest that a secret service and/or others (perhaps including rogue agents within them) may be involved.

    Use your own discretion in deciding whether to organize the following by instances in time or by common theme of specific types of harassment, manipulation, conditioning, brainwashing, etc.

  4. First, for the case of people interacted with at identifiable locations, etc., the means via which you were told that a secret service was involved (could be numerous). The purported reason for their involvement (could be very numerous). List some number of specific instances, ideally including locations and dates, where these experiences transpired. Provide a basic description of the individual, such as whether they seemed homeless, scared, intimidated, suffering from powerlust and love of abusing people, how they were dressed, young, old, seeming desperate, whether they were a clear speaker or mumbled, whether they moved with "excessive" or very little confidence, whether they were apparently knowledgeable of your own speaking patterns and ways of moving, etc., and any other details that seem relevant to understanding that person's situation or how they were expected/influenced to interact with you. This may also include descriptions where the sounds appeared to (or were with complete certainty) originating from your neighbour.

    Second, for the case of people interacted with but their location was not verified, describe the synthetic telepathy experiences and details about interactions which make is reasonable to suggest that a secret service and/or others (perhaps including rogue agents within them) may be involved.

    Use your own discretion in deciding whether to organize the following by instances in time or by common theme of specific types of harassment, manipulation, conditioning, brainwashing, etc.

  5. First, for the case of people interacted with at identifiable locations, etc., the means via which you were told that a secret service was involved (could be numerous). The purported reason for their involvement (could be very numerous). List some number of specific instances, ideally including locations and dates, where these experiences transpired. Provide a basic description of the individual, such as whether they seemed homeless, scared, intimidated, suffering from powerlust and love of abusing people, how they were dressed, young, old, seeming desperate, whether they were a clear speaker or mumbled, whether they moved with "excessive" or very little confidence, whether they were apparently knowledgeable of your own speaking patterns and ways of moving, etc., and any other details that seem relevant to understanding that person's situation or how they were expected/influenced to interact with you. This may also include descriptions where the sounds appeared to (or were with complete certainty) originating from your neighbour.

    Second, for the case of people interacted with but their location was not verified, describe the synthetic telepathy experiences and details about interactions which make is reasonable to suggest that a secret service and/or others (perhaps including rogue agents within them) may be involved.

    Use your own discretion in deciding whether to organize the following by instances in time or by common theme of specific types of harassment, manipulation, conditioning, brainwashing, etc.

  6. First, for the case of people interacted with at identifiable locations, etc., the means via which you were told that a secret service was involved (could be numerous). The purported reason for their involvement (could be very numerous). List some number of specific instances, ideally including locations and dates, where these experiences transpired. Provide a basic description of the individual, such as whether they seemed homeless, scared, intimidated, suffering from powerlust and love of abusing people, how they were dressed, young, old, seeming desperate, whether they were a clear speaker or mumbled, whether they moved with "excessive" or very little confidence, whether they were apparently knowledgeable of your own speaking patterns and ways of moving, etc., and any other details that seem relevant to understanding that person's situation or how they were expected/influenced to interact with you. This may also include descriptions where the sounds appeared to (or were with complete certainty) originating from your neighbour.

    Second, for the case of people interacted with but their location was not verified, describe the synthetic telepathy experiences and details about interactions which make is reasonable to suggest that a secret service and/or others (perhaps including rogue agents within them) may be involved.

    Use your own discretion in deciding whether to organize the following by instances in time or by common theme of specific types of harassment, manipulation, conditioning, brainwashing, etc.

  7. First, for the case of people interacted with at identifiable locations, etc., the means via which you were told that a secret service was involved (could be numerous). The purported reason for their involvement (could be very numerous). List some number of specific instances, ideally including locations and dates, where these experiences transpired. Provide a basic description of the individual, such as whether they seemed homeless, scared, intimidated, suffering from powerlust and love of abusing people, how they were dressed, young, old, seeming desperate, whether they were a clear speaker or mumbled, whether they moved with "excessive" or very little confidence, whether they were apparently knowledgeable of your own speaking patterns and ways of moving, etc., and any other details that seem relevant to understanding that person's situation or how they were expected/influenced to interact with you. This may also include descriptions where the sounds appeared to (or were with complete certainty) originating from your neighbour.

    Second, for the case of people interacted with but their location was not verified, describe the synthetic telepathy experiences and details about interactions which make is reasonable to suggest that a secret service and/or others (perhaps including rogue agents within them) may be involved.

    Use your own discretion in deciding whether to organize the following by instances in time or by common theme of specific types of harassment, manipulation, conditioning, brainwashing, etc.

  8. First, for the case of people interacted with at identifiable locations, etc., the means via which you were told that a secret service was involved (could be numerous). The purported reason for their involvement (could be very numerous). List some number of specific instances, ideally including locations and dates, where these experiences transpired. Provide a basic description of the individual, such as whether they seemed homeless, scared, intimidated, suffering from powerlust and love of abusing people, how they were dressed, young, old, seeming desperate, whether they were a clear speaker or mumbled, whether they moved with "excessive" or very little confidence, whether they were apparently knowledgeable of your own speaking patterns and ways of moving, etc., and any other details that seem relevant to understanding that person's situation or how they were expected/influenced to interact with you. This may also include descriptions where the sounds appeared to (or were with complete certainty) originating from your neighbour.

    Second, for the case of people interacted with but their location was not verified, describe the synthetic telepathy experiences and details about interactions which make is reasonable to suggest that a secret service and/or others (perhaps including rogue agents within them) may be involved.

    Use your own discretion in deciding whether to organize the following by instances in time or by common theme of specific types of harassment, manipulation, conditioning, brainwashing, etc.

  9. First, for the case of people interacted with at identifiable locations, etc., the means via which you were told that a secret service was involved (could be numerous). The purported reason for their involvement (could be very numerous). List some number of specific instances, ideally including locations and dates, where these experiences transpired. Provide a basic description of the individual, such as whether they seemed homeless, scared, intimidated, suffering from powerlust and love of abusing people, how they were dressed, young, old, seeming desperate, whether they were a clear speaker or mumbled, whether they moved with "excessive" or very little confidence, whether they were apparently knowledgeable of your own speaking patterns and ways of moving, etc., and any other details that seem relevant to understanding that person's situation or how they were expected/influenced to interact with you. This may also include descriptions where the sounds appeared to (or were with complete certainty) originating from your neighbour.

    Second, for the case of people interacted with but their location was not verified, describe the synthetic telepathy experiences and details about interactions which make is reasonable to suggest that a secret service and/or others (perhaps including rogue agents within them) may be involved.

    Use your own discretion in deciding whether to organize the following by instances in time or by common theme of specific types of harassment, manipulation, conditioning, brainwashing, etc.

  10. First, for the case of people interacted with at identifiable locations, etc., the means via which you were told that a secret service was involved (could be numerous). The purported reason for their involvement (could be very numerous). List some number of specific instances, ideally including locations and dates, where these experiences transpired. Provide a basic description of the individual, such as whether they seemed homeless, scared, intimidated, suffering from powerlust and love of abusing people, how they were dressed, young, old, seeming desperate, whether they were a clear speaker or mumbled, whether they moved with "excessive" or very little confidence, whether they were apparently knowledgeable of your own speaking patterns and ways of moving, etc., and any other details that seem relevant to understanding that person's situation or how they were expected/influenced to interact with you. This may also include descriptions where the sounds appeared to (or were with complete certainty) originating from your neighbour.

    Second, for the case of people interacted with but their location was not verified, describe the synthetic telepathy experiences and details about interactions which make is reasonable to suggest that a secret service and/or others (perhaps including rogue agents within them) may be involved.

    Use your own discretion in deciding whether to organize the following by instances in time or by common theme of specific types of harassment, manipulation, conditioning, brainwashing, etc.

4.6: Interactions with psychiatrists in a formal setting

You may have decided on your own to discuss your experience from organized stalking and electronic harassment with a psychiatrist. You may have been pressured into do so after describing your experiences to friends, family, etc. You may have been dragged in for a psychological evaluation after speaking openly about these realities, most likely on some charade relating to a claim that you were some sort of threat. Which one of those applies (be brief - those details are covered elsewhere). Describe the process from your initial registration until the first meeting with a psychiatrist. Who was asking what kinds of questions? How many times did how many people ask you the same questions - not questions like "how's your day" but pressing for details relating to your descriptions of the organized stalking and electronic harassment? Were these details written down? How did they treat you? Were you confined against your will? Was there a clear explanation of how they would treat you, expectations, etc.? Also, were you misled significantly about the timeline, for example suggesting it would be a few hours and then finding yourself confined for days, weeks or months? For an extended incarceration, did you have to get a lawyer to get out, or did you have to find some way to deny your experiences and persuade the psychiatrist to believe that you understood them as "delusions" before your confinement came to an end?

Upon meeting the psychiatrist, what was the specific basis for the conversation? Did they make any effort whatsoever to try to understand whether your experiences might have been REAL? Did they manipulate your words to portray your experiences as signs of mental illness? By what means did the psychiatrist try to establish trust with you, for example by making a big show of putting down a pen as though you could speak freely without fear of being manipulated into "evidence" of mental illness? Were there any aspects of blatant dishonesty in the interaction, such as with regard to the expected period of confinement? Did the psychiatrist demonstrate an apparent controlling of love-of-power sort of relationship, for example threatening implicitly or implicitly that you could not leave until your story changed (until you "respond to the medications")? If so, please be as specific as possible.

Which facility and which psychiatrist?

What were your "privileges" upon entry to the facility? Were any additional "privileges" "earned" on the basis of any specific criteria or was this based entirely upon the subjective evaluation of the psychiatrist? Was "earning" such "privilege" implicitly made contingent on a demonstrated belief in your "mental illness" and "delusional claims", or was this entirely unstated and seemed arbitrary?

What about the behaviour of other staff or those staying at the facility? For example, did staff or newcomers participate in ongoing organized stalking? If so, be specific in mentioning how this was tied to the broader organized stalking. Were staff insulting, demeaning, manipulative, etc., were they basically just doing their jobs and staying shut up, or did they express legitimate concern about your situation. In the case of staff who were legitimately concerned about your situation, perhaps having observed the ongoing organized stalking within the ward, did you observe any changes in their attitude after this concern became evidence, such as seeming intimidated, surprisingly indifferent compared to before, lowered eyes, seeming ashamed, fearful, or any other such thing? Did any staff or newcomers attempt to befriend you in a way which was clearly geared towards ongoing gaslighting, organized stalking, or other things associated with asserting control over you?

  1. Interactions with psychiatrist. How you "decided" to get there. The process from registration to your first meeting, questions, treatment, "miscommunication" about duration of confinement, etc. How you got out. What was the basis of the first conversation with the psychiatrist? Describe various manipulations, power games and veiled threats wherein you have to demonstrate belief in your "delusional mental illness" and that the "medication was working" before earning privileges or the end of your confinement. Which facility and which psychiatrist? Behaviour of other staff and newcomers, whether continuing with organized stalking, their general attitude, anything odd in the sense of gaslighting or gang stalking about anyone who tried to befriend you, etc. Whether any staff sympathetic to your situation and whether their demeanour changed significantly after this became clear.

  2. Interactions with psychiatrist. How you "decided" to get there. The process from registration to your first meeting, questions, treatment, "miscommunication" about duration of confinement, etc. How you got out. What was the basis of the first conversation with the psychiatrist? Describe various manipulations, power games and veiled threats wherein you have to demonstrate belief in your "delusional mental illness" and that the "medication was working" before earning privileges or the end of your confinement. Which facility and which psychiatrist? Behaviour of other staff and newcomers, whether continuing with organized stalking, their general attitude, anything odd in the sense of gaslighting or gang stalking about anyone who tried to befriend you, etc. Whether any staff sympathetic to your situation and whether their demeanour changed significantly after this became clear.

  3. Interactions with psychiatrist. How you "decided" to get there. The process from registration to your first meeting, questions, treatment, "miscommunication" about duration of confinement, etc. How you got out. What was the basis of the first conversation with the psychiatrist? Describe various manipulations, power games and veiled threats wherein you have to demonstrate belief in your "delusional mental illness" and that the "medication was working" before earning privileges or the end of your confinement. Which facility and which psychiatrist? Behaviour of other staff and newcomers, whether continuing with organized stalking, their general attitude, anything odd in the sense of gaslighting or gang stalking about anyone who tried to befriend you, etc. Whether any staff sympathetic to your situation and whether their demeanour changed significantly after this became clear.

  4. Interactions with psychiatrist. How you "decided" to get there. The process from registration to your first meeting, questions, treatment, "miscommunication" about duration of confinement, etc. How you got out. What was the basis of the first conversation with the psychiatrist? Describe various manipulations, power games and veiled threats wherein you have to demonstrate belief in your "delusional mental illness" and that the "medication was working" before earning privileges or the end of your confinement. Which facility and which psychiatrist? Behaviour of other staff and newcomers, whether continuing with organized stalking, their general attitude, anything odd in the sense of gaslighting or gang stalking about anyone who tried to befriend you, etc. Whether any staff sympathetic to your situation and whether their demeanour changed significantly after this became clear.

  5. Interactions with psychiatrist. How you "decided" to get there. The process from registration to your first meeting, questions, treatment, "miscommunication" about duration of confinement, etc. How you got out. What was the basis of the first conversation with the psychiatrist? Describe various manipulations, power games and veiled threats wherein you have to demonstrate belief in your "delusional mental illness" and that the "medication was working" before earning privileges or the end of your confinement. Which facility and which psychiatrist? Behaviour of other staff and newcomers, whether continuing with organized stalking, their general attitude, anything odd in the sense of gaslighting or gang stalking about anyone who tried to befriend you, etc. Whether any staff sympathetic to your situation and whether their demeanour changed significantly after this became clear.

  6. Interactions with psychiatrist. How you "decided" to get there. The process from registration to your first meeting, questions, treatment, "miscommunication" about duration of confinement, etc. How you got out. What was the basis of the first conversation with the psychiatrist? Describe various manipulations, power games and veiled threats wherein you have to demonstrate belief in your "delusional mental illness" and that the "medication was working" before earning privileges or the end of your confinement. Which facility and which psychiatrist? Behaviour of other staff and newcomers, whether continuing with organized stalking, their general attitude, anything odd in the sense of gaslighting or gang stalking about anyone who tried to befriend you, etc. Whether any staff sympathetic to your situation and whether their demeanour changed significantly after this became clear.

4.7: Interactions with elected officials or politicians

Which public officials you contacted. The means via which you contacted them, whether by phone, email, letter, making an appointment, showing up at a public event or forum to pose questions, etc. How did you frame the issue? If you contacted the same elected official or politician many times, did you frame the issue similarly every time, or change the communication? Was any response received formally? Did this change in light of different communications strategies? Can you point to any concrete developments in the political realm which are consistent with your message (or similar messages) being attended to, even if no reply was issued?

Did the organized stalking and/or electronic harassment change in response to these efforts? If so, how?

I suggest using one of two approaches to categorizing these answers. One, to describe a specific communications campaign across a large number of officials, or two, discuss all efforts to communicate with a specific elected official, party, etc. It may be appropriate to use one approach in some cases and the other in other cases.

  1. Interactions with politicians. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message. Whether response received. Whether efforts were repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  2. Interactions with politicians. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message. Whether response received. Whether efforts were repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  3. Interactions with politicians. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message. Whether response received. Whether efforts were repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  4. Interactions with politicians. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message. Whether response received. Whether efforts were repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  5. Interactions with politicians. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message. Whether response received. Whether efforts were repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  6. Interactions with politicians. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message. Whether response received. Whether efforts were repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

4.8: Interactions with unelected public officials other than police or health

Which unelected officials you contacted. The means via which you contacted them, whether by phone, email, letter, making an appointment, showing up at a public event or forum to pose questions, etc. How did you frame the issue? If you contacted the same official many times, did you frame the issue similarly every time, or change the communication? Was any response received formally? Did this change in light of different communications strategies? Can you point to any concrete developments in the political realm which are consistent with your message (or similar messages) being attended to, even if no reply was issued? Did the organized stalking and/or electronic harassment change in response to these efforts? If so, how?

I suggest using one of two approaches to categorizing these answers. One, to describe a specific communications campaign across a large number of officials, or two, discuss all efforts to communicate with a specific official, department, etc. It may be appropriate to use one approach in some cases and the other in other cases.

  1. Interactions with unelected officials. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message. Whether response received. Whether efforts were repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  2. Interactions with unelected officials. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message. Whether response received. Whether efforts were repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  3. Interactions with unelected officials. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message. Whether response received. Whether efforts were repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  4. Interactions with unelected officials. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message. Whether response received. Whether efforts were repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  5. Interactions with unelected officials. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message. Whether response received. Whether efforts were repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  6. Interactions with unelected officials. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message. Whether response received. Whether efforts were repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

4.9: Interactions with corporate media

The means via which you contacted them, whether by phone, email, letter, making an appointment, perhaps through regular forum participation, etc. How did you frame the issue? If you contacted the same outlet many times, did you frame the issue similarly every time, or change the communication? Was any response received formally? Did this change in light of different communications strategies? Can you point to any concrete developments realm which are consistent with your message (or similar messages) being attended to, even if no reply was issued? Did the organized stalking and/or electronic harassment change in response to these efforts? If so, how?

I suggest using one of two approaches to categorizing these answers. One, to describe a specific communications campaign across a large number of outlets, or two, discuss all efforts to communicate with/via a specific media outlet. It may be appropriate to use one approach in some cases and the other in other cases.

  1. Interactions with/at a corporate media outlet. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  2. Interactions with/at a corporate media outlet. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  3. Interactions with/at a corporate media outlet. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  4. Interactions with/at a corporate media outlet. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  5. Interactions with/at a corporate media outlet. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  6. Interactions with/at a corporate media outlet. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  7. Interactions with/at a corporate media outlet. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  8. Interactions with/at a corporate media outlet. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  9. Interactions with/at a corporate media outlet. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  10. Interactions with/at a corporate media outlet. Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of your message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

4.10: Interactions with/through non-corporate media

...including social media, blogs, scientific outlets, etc. The means via which you engaged in communications, whether by phone, email, letter, making an appointment, perhaps through regular forum participation, etc. How did you frame the issue? If you contacted the same outlet many times, did you frame the issue similarly every time, or change the communication? Was any response received formally? Did this change in light of different communications strategies? Can you point to any concrete developments realm which are consistent with your message (or similar messages) being attended to, even if no reply was issued? Did the organized stalking and/or electronic harassment change in response to these efforts? If so, how?

I suggest using one of two approaches to categorizing these answers. One, to describe a specific communications campaign across a large number of outlets, or two, discuss all efforts to communicate with/via a specific outlet. It may be appropriate to use one approach in some cases and the other in other cases.

  1. Interactions with/through non-corporate media, including social media, blogs, scientific outlets, etc., Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  2. Interactions with/through non-corporate media, including social media, blogs, scientific outlets, etc., Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  3. Interactions with/through non-corporate media, including social media, blogs, scientific outlets, etc., Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  4. Interactions with/through non-corporate media, including social media, blogs, scientific outlets, etc., Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  5. Interactions with/through non-corporate media, including social media, blogs, scientific outlets, etc., Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  6. Interactions with/through non-corporate media, including social media, blogs, scientific outlets, etc., Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  7. Interactions with/through non-corporate media, including social media, blogs, scientific outlets, etc., Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  8. Interactions with/through non-corporate media, including social media, blogs, scientific outlets, etc., Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  9. Interactions with/through non-corporate media, including social media, blogs, scientific outlets, etc., Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  10. Interactions with/through non-corporate media, including social media, blogs, scientific outlets, etc., Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  11. Interactions with/through non-corporate media, including social media, blogs, scientific outlets, etc., Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  12. Interactions with/through non-corporate media, including social media, blogs, scientific outlets, etc., Who contacted. How contacted. The gist of message(s) including forum participation. Whether response received. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

4.11: Interactions with/through registered NGOs

...religious bodies, professional associations, etc. The means via which you engaged in communications, whether by phone, email, letter, making an appointment, perhaps through regular forum participation, etc. How did you frame the issue? If you contacted the same outlet many times, did you frame the issue similarly every time, or change the communication? Was any response received formally? Did this change in light of different communications strategies? Can you point to any concrete developments realm which are consistent with your message (or similar messages) being attended to, even if no reply was issued from the organization and/or officials?

Did the organized stalking and/or electronic harassment change in response to these efforts? If so, how?

I suggest using one of two approaches to categorizing these answers. One, to describe a specific communications campaign across a large number of outlets, or two, discuss all efforts to communicate with/via a specific outlet. It may be appropriate to use one approach in some cases and the other in other cases.

  1. Interactions with/through registered NGOs, religious bodies, professional associations, etc.. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  2. Interactions with/through registered NGOs, religious bodies, professional associations, etc.. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  3. Interactions with/through registered NGOs, religious bodies, professional associations, etc.. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  4. Interactions with/through registered NGOs, religious bodies, professional associations, etc.. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  5. Interactions with/through registered NGOs, religious bodies, professional associations, etc.. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  6. Interactions with/through registered NGOs, religious bodies, professional associations, etc.. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  7. Interactions with/through registered NGOs, religious bodies, professional associations, etc.. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  8. Interactions with/through registered NGOs, religious bodies, professional associations, etc.. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  9. Interactions with/through registered NGOs, religious bodies, professional associations, etc.. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  10. Interactions with/through registered NGOs, religious bodies, professional associations, etc.. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

4.12: Interactions with/through unregistered NGOs or other unregistered organizations

The means via which you engaged in communications, whether by phone, email, letter, making an appointment, perhaps through regular forum participation, etc. How did you frame the issue? If interacting frequently the same outlet, did you frame the issue similarly every time, or change the communication? Was any response received formally? Did this change in light of different communications strategies? Can you point to any concrete developments realm which are consistent with your message (or similar messages) being attended to, even if no reply was issued from the organization and/or officials?

Did the organized stalking and/or electronic harassment change in response to these efforts? If so, how?

I suggest using one of two approaches to categorizing these answers. One, to describe a specific communications campaign across a large number of outlets, or two, discuss all efforts to communicate with/via a specific outlet. It may be appropriate to use one approach in some cases and the other in other cases.

  1. Interactions with/through unregistered NGOs or other unregistered organizations, etc. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  2. Interactions with/through unregistered NGOs or other unregistered organizations, etc. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  3. Interactions with/through unregistered NGOs or other unregistered organizations, etc. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  4. Interactions with/through unregistered NGOs or other unregistered organizations, etc. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  5. Interactions with/through unregistered NGOs or other unregistered organizations, etc. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  6. Interactions with/through unregistered NGOs or other unregistered organizations, etc. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  7. Interactions with/through unregistered NGOs or other unregistered organizations, etc. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  8. Interactions with/through unregistered NGOs or other unregistered organizations, etc. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  9. Interactions with/through unregistered NGOs or other unregistered organizations, etc. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

  10. Interactions with/through unregistered NGOs or other unregistered organizations, etc. Who contacted. How contacted. The nature of the participation, including messaging strategies and general objectives. Whether efforts repeated and if so any modifications to the communications strategy. Any concrete developments consistent with such perspectives being heard.

4.13: Independent advocacy or organizational activities undertaken in relation to organized stalking, electronic harassment, etc.

Efforts to form an advocacy group. Efforts to take to the streets to inform the public about organized stalking, electronic harassment, psychological warfare, etc. How the organized stalkers and synthetic telepathy operators adjusted their campaign against you in response to such efforts, including additional physiological attacks, cognitive attacks, slander campaigns, additional street theatre, pulling conditioned associations, planted memories or any sort of dirt out of the bag to try to shut you up; threats, intimidation, additional manipulations of yourself or people around you (as perceived by you - do not express "too high" confidence in this last observation), etc. In reviewing your inputs throughout this reporting form, you may be able to add to this list with the benefit of hindsight, but please strive to not connect dots where there are none unless you can express these associations clearly.

This may significantly overlap with some entries in previous sections.

  1. Independent advocacy. The medium of communication (blog, canvassing on the streets, letter campaigns, etc.) or organizational principle (how to bring together people to engage in that communications, legal and/or political strategy). The adjustment of organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators in response to this, with a special focus on the earlier stages of development or critical junctures, but also including general observations of how the organized stalking and/or electronic harassment adjusted in response to your efforts. How things advanced, various roadblocks faced along the way, which of those challenges appear to have been (or clearly were) made much more difficult by organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators - if any, describe in sufficient detail to understand what was happening, for example the specific strategies used, and whether the goal was just to shut you up or to manipulate your efforts towards disinformation, some alternative communications more attuned to (what you may perceive as) the goals of the perpetrators, etc. Whether documenting your experience, sharing that of others, communicating about the science of the matter, all of the above and/or others.

  2. Independent advocacy. The medium of communication (blog, canvassing on the streets, letter campaigns, etc.) or organizational principle (how to bring together people to engage in that communications, legal and/or political strategy). The adjustment of organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators in response to this, with a special focus on the earlier stages of development or critical junctures, but also including general observations of how the organized stalking and/or electronic harassment adjusted in response to your efforts. How things advanced, various roadblocks faced along the way, which of those challenges appear to have been (or clearly were) made much more difficult by organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators - if any, describe in sufficient detail to understand what was happening, for example the specific strategies used, and whether the goal was just to shut you up or to manipulate your efforts towards disinformation, some alternative communications more attuned to (what you may perceive as) the goals of the perpetrators, etc. Whether documenting your experience, sharing that of others, communicating about the science of the matter, all of the above and/or others.

  3. Independent advocacy. The medium of communication (blog, canvassing on the streets, letter campaigns, etc.) or organizational principle (how to bring together people to engage in that communications, legal and/or political strategy). The adjustment of organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators in response to this, with a special focus on the earlier stages of development or critical junctures, but also including general observations of how the organized stalking and/or electronic harassment adjusted in response to your efforts. How things advanced, various roadblocks faced along the way, which of those challenges appear to have been (or clearly were) made much more difficult by organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators - if any, describe in sufficient detail to understand what was happening, for example the specific strategies used, and whether the goal was just to shut you up or to manipulate your efforts towards disinformation, some alternative communications more attuned to (what you may perceive as) the goals of the perpetrators, etc. Whether documenting your experience, sharing that of others, communicating about the science of the matter, all of the above and/or others.

  4. Independent advocacy. The medium of communication (blog, canvassing on the streets, letter campaigns, etc.) or organizational principle (how to bring together people to engage in that communications, legal and/or political strategy). The adjustment of organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators in response to this, with a special focus on the earlier stages of development or critical junctures, but also including general observations of how the organized stalking and/or electronic harassment adjusted in response to your efforts. How things advanced, various roadblocks faced along the way, which of those challenges appear to have been (or clearly were) made much more difficult by organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators - if any, describe in sufficient detail to understand what was happening, for example the specific strategies used, and whether the goal was just to shut you up or to manipulate your efforts towards disinformation, some alternative communications more attuned to (what you may perceive as) the goals of the perpetrators, etc. Whether documenting your experience, sharing that of others, communicating about the science of the matter, all of the above and/or others.

  5. Independent advocacy. The medium of communication (blog, canvassing on the streets, letter campaigns, etc.) or organizational principle (how to bring together people to engage in that communications, legal and/or political strategy). The adjustment of organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators in response to this, with a special focus on the earlier stages of development or critical junctures, but also including general observations of how the organized stalking and/or electronic harassment adjusted in response to your efforts. How things advanced, various roadblocks faced along the way, which of those challenges appear to have been (or clearly were) made much more difficult by organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators - if any, describe in sufficient detail to understand what was happening, for example the specific strategies used, and whether the goal was just to shut you up or to manipulate your efforts towards disinformation, some alternative communications more attuned to (what you may perceive as) the goals of the perpetrators, etc. Whether documenting your experience, sharing that of others, communicating about the science of the matter, all of the above and/or others.

  6. Independent advocacy. The medium of communication (blog, canvassing on the streets, letter campaigns, etc.) or organizational principle (how to bring together people to engage in that communications, legal and/or political strategy). The adjustment of organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators in response to this, with a special focus on the earlier stages of development or critical junctures, but also including general observations of how the organized stalking and/or electronic harassment adjusted in response to your efforts. How things advanced, various roadblocks faced along the way, which of those challenges appear to have been (or clearly were) made much more difficult by organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators - if any, describe in sufficient detail to understand what was happening, for example the specific strategies used, and whether the goal was just to shut you up or to manipulate your efforts towards disinformation, some alternative communications more attuned to (what you may perceive as) the goals of the perpetrators, etc. Whether documenting your experience, sharing that of others, communicating about the science of the matter, all of the above and/or others.

  7. Independent advocacy. The medium of communication (blog, canvassing on the streets, letter campaigns, etc.) or organizational principle (how to bring together people to engage in that communications, legal and/or political strategy). The adjustment of organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators in response to this, with a special focus on the earlier stages of development or critical junctures, but also including general observations of how the organized stalking and/or electronic harassment adjusted in response to your efforts. How things advanced, various roadblocks faced along the way, which of those challenges appear to have been (or clearly were) made much more difficult by organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators - if any, describe in sufficient detail to understand what was happening, for example the specific strategies used, and whether the goal was just to shut you up or to manipulate your efforts towards disinformation, some alternative communications more attuned to (what you may perceive as) the goals of the perpetrators, etc. Whether documenting your experience, sharing that of others, communicating about the science of the matter, all of the above and/or others.

4.14: Outreach efforts to organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators

Eschewing negative responses to the organized stalkers or synthetic telepathy operators, at least at times, some targeted individuals endeavour to reach out to those slave puppets, whether paid or otherwise, to bring them back around to a preference for a substantial degree of freedom, respect for humans, or perhaps other types of objectives consistent with the values, etc., of the targeted individual. While I can cite society-wide successes that I have observed in these regards in both Canada and China, at the personal level I have generally found these successes to be elusive, lasting seconds or minutes, serving as a sort of yo-yo effect which builds you up and then breaks you down with a rapid return to psychological onslaught at a moment when you weren't expecting it. Well, maybe sometimes there is progress.

Do not be ashamed if this section is blank. It is hard to be human when puppet slaves are everywhere.

  1. Outreach efforts to organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators. Specify type of strategy. Whether successes tended to be temporary, and/or seemed to tap into some residual sense of humanity in the evolutionary sense (if so, please explain your understanding of this) or cultural sense (if so, please explain your understanding of this). Given the sheer number of people involved in organized stalking and electronic harassment, there is bound to be high diversity in the types of behavioural and/or strategic responses to your outreach - draw a picture of the varied responses. How the gang stalking and/or electronic harassment adjusted in response.

  2. Outreach efforts to organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators. Specify type of strategy. Whether successes tended to be temporary, and/or seemed to tap into some residual sense of humanity in the evolutionary sense (if so, please explain your understanding of this) or cultural sense (if so, please explain your understanding of this). Given the sheer number of people involved in organized stalking and electronic harassment, there is bound to be high diversity in the types of behavioural and/or strategic responses to your outreach - draw a picture of the varied responses. How the gang stalking and/or electronic harassment adjusted in response.

  3. Outreach efforts to organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators. Specify type of strategy. Whether successes tended to be temporary, and/or seemed to tap into some residual sense of humanity in the evolutionary sense (if so, please explain your understanding of this) or cultural sense (if so, please explain your understanding of this). Given the sheer number of people involved in organized stalking and electronic harassment, there is bound to be high diversity in the types of behavioural and/or strategic responses to your outreach - draw a picture of the varied responses. How the gang stalking and/or electronic harassment adjusted in response.

  4. Outreach efforts to organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators. Specify type of strategy. Whether successes tended to be temporary, and/or seemed to tap into some residual sense of humanity in the evolutionary sense (if so, please explain your understanding of this) or cultural sense (if so, please explain your understanding of this). Given the sheer number of people involved in organized stalking and electronic harassment, there is bound to be high diversity in the types of behavioural and/or strategic responses to your outreach - draw a picture of the varied responses. How the gang stalking and/or electronic harassment adjusted in response.

  5. Outreach efforts to organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators. Specify type of strategy. Whether successes tended to be temporary, and/or seemed to tap into some residual sense of humanity in the evolutionary sense (if so, please explain your understanding of this) or cultural sense (if so, please explain your understanding of this). Given the sheer number of people involved in organized stalking and electronic harassment, there is bound to be high diversity in the types of behavioural and/or strategic responses to your outreach - draw a picture of the varied responses. How the gang stalking and/or electronic harassment adjusted in response.

  6. Outreach efforts to organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators. Specify type of strategy. Whether successes tended to be temporary, and/or seemed to tap into some residual sense of humanity in the evolutionary sense (if so, please explain your understanding of this) or cultural sense (if so, please explain your understanding of this). Given the sheer number of people involved in organized stalking and electronic harassment, there is bound to be high diversity in the types of behavioural and/or strategic responses to your outreach - draw a picture of the varied responses. How the gang stalking and/or electronic harassment adjusted in response.

  7. Outreach efforts to organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators. Specify type of strategy. Whether successes tended to be temporary, and/or seemed to tap into some residual sense of humanity in the evolutionary sense (if so, please explain your understanding of this) or cultural sense (if so, please explain your understanding of this). Given the sheer number of people involved in organized stalking and electronic harassment, there is bound to be high diversity in the types of behavioural and/or strategic responses to your outreach - draw a picture of the varied responses. How the gang stalking and/or electronic harassment adjusted in response.

  8. Outreach efforts to organized stalkers and/or synthetic telepathy operators. Specify type of strategy. Whether successes tended to be temporary, and/or seemed to tap into some residual sense of humanity in the evolutionary sense (if so, please explain your understanding of this) or cultural sense (if so, please explain your understanding of this). Given the sheer number of people involved in organized stalking and electronic harassment, there is bound to be high diversity in the types of behavioural and/or strategic responses to your outreach - draw a picture of the varied responses. How the gang stalking and/or electronic harassment adjusted in response.

4.15: Scientific and technological awareness of existing neuroweapons

Your present state of knowledge about the science involved in electronic harassment, remote neural monitoring, organized stalking, etc. These entries should serve as a protective role against any claims of "mental illness" in the case that your misunderstanding or existing technologies behind neuroweapons which can remotely influence and monitor neural activity, affect physiological processes, etc.

Please try to do so without looking anything up. The point is to document what you presently understand, as this will have shaped your descriptions of many events. I should emphasize, however, that this will create a certain vulnerability, since anything that you do not understand correctly (and indeed, many details of these technologies are hidden under the veil of "classified research", so by all means do not beat yourself up about it) is liable to be used against you - knowing what you do not know, perpetrators will be able to refine their psychological manipulations accordingly.

  1. Electromagnetic waves. Describe the different types/frequencies of electromagnetic waves. Also, include whatever you know (or think you know) about how we perceive them, influences they may have on activities in the brain or body, etc. Refer to any scientific literature and/or informal sources you think are relevant here.

  2. Microwave auditory effect. Describe this in principle, in the level of detail that you understand, and with reference to existing scientific literature. If possible, define "pulse modulation".

  3. EEG monitoring of neural activity. Describe this in principle, in the level of detail that you understand, and with reference to existing scientific literature. Also, take your best stab in the dark at how this might be applied remotely, as compared to civilian sector remote monitoring at present only operating at a very nearby distance. (Consider, however, that a court order or even just off-the-shelf technologies would suffice to prove that cell phone towers are relevant, whereas only very limited circles could possibly determine whether, or the extent to which, satellites are involved).

  4. Remote influencing technologies. Describe this in principle, in terms of how electromagnetic waves, or pulse modulations thereof, are liable to influence processes in the brain and/or body. Mention examples that you are aware of, whether through personal experiences, reading of the experiences of others, and/or scientific documentation. Refer to any scientific literature and/or informal sources you think are relevant here.

  5. Conditioning. Describe your understanding of how conditioned associations between a stimulus and triggered response work. Refer to any scientific literature you are aware of. Give some practical examples, perhaps including ones you have experienced personally (but consider that what appears as a conditioned response may in fact be associated with remote influencing technologies, and vice versa - these are often liable to be at least somewhat interlinked).

  6. Brainwashing. Describe your understanding of the general principle of brainwashing. Discuss steps involved in the process if you are explicitly aware of them. Link to organized stalking, electronic harassment and remote neural monitoring with a minimum of unscientific and/or illogical statements.

Section 5: General considerations on your situation

Please describe when you realized during the targeting that a much lesser share of "the whole world" than previously believed was "out to get you" and "you aren't just really unlucky", even if targeted by a highly orchestrated campaign pinpoint focused on YOU (in addition to many other people, whether or not that was clear to you at the time). Whether you believe yourself to be a political, religious, anti-activist, etc., target, or whether you believe yourself to have been identified as a vulnerable person who could be targeted for practice/training (and moreover potentially recruited into the informal army of organized stalkers) and the type of vulnerability or social status which you believe contributed to your having been targeted for such purposes (such as a previous mental health diagnosis, belonging to a minority group, unemployment or homelessness, a small or virtually no social network which could serve as protection or support, etc.). Also, any real, imagined or otherwise communicated "offers" for you to "get in" the organized stalking.

Also, "why you specifically" and/or "why they thought they could get away with it". The apparently eternal question of some targeted individuals. Please do not stray into any line of thinking like "this is why I deserve it" or ways in which you were deluded into believing that that which hurts you makes you stronger in situations where it was calculatedly expected to be the opposite.

As a general rule, perpetrators are liable to promote various wild speculations about these questions, and will join you for the whole ride, perhaps even suggesting ever-wilder and more irrational explanations. Just because the perpetrators were willing to play the part of Freemasons, Satanists, Zionists, etc. (which in those and/or other cases are likely to be true in at least some cases), should not be viewed as any sort of evidence whatsoever with regard to who is pulling the strings (if any) in relation to your specific experiences. As such, please treat your answer as speculative (or consider false flag possibilities) unless a specific event was clearly linked to the initiation of the psychological torture, or some massive heightening (including gradual progressions) of said torture.


This document is not proposed as a substitute for legal, medical or counselling advice.